Bromwich Hardy has let the fourth floor of Tower Court in Coventry on behalf of Catalyst Capital, the European real estate investment and asset management firm.
The 8,660 sq ft floor has been let in its entirety to Moneycorp, which is relocating part of its business from London. Moneycorp provides comprehensive foreign exchange and money services and has more than 35 years of success with more than 7 million transactions last year.
The office space was comprehensively refurbished by Catalyst Capital to include exposed services, LED lighting, cutting-edge design and an external roof terrace, and was let before the works had completed.
Moneycorp joins Capita, ABB and BUPA, which already occupy Towercourt, and the building is now fully let.
Sarah Cooper portfolio manager at Catalyst Capital commented:
“We are delighted to have let the fourth floor of Tower Court following our recent acquisition of the building and our subsequent capital expenditure to refurbish the space. We believe this letting represents the only single floor of this size in the city with an external roof terrace that has been fitted out to such a high-quality standard“.
Andy Fisk of Moneycorp added:
“Our new Coventry office sets a high standard for our vital customer-facing teams with a bespoke fit-out design offering great facilities and capacity for up to 100 staff. This will be moneycorp’s first UK office outside London and will prove to be invaluable as we continue to scale moneycorp’s global ambitions“.
Tom Bromwich commented:
“This is an excellent letting of superb office accommodation in Coventry following a superb refurbishment by our client. Coventry has an acute shortage of Grade A office space, particularly within the city centre, and it is positive to see our client bringing forward quality space“.
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