Warwick office suite shows strength remains in market
High-quality office accommodation continues to remain attractive despite the impact of the coronavirus crisis, a leading commercial property specialist says.
Tom Bromwich, founding partner of award-winning Coventry agency Bromwich Hardy, says there is still strong interest for office space which is well located and finished to the highest specification.
Tom said the amount of interest already shown in a new listing for a superbly-finished office building in the heart of Warwick illustrated the point.
“We have just taken instructions to let the property at 7 Church Street and have already received a number of inquiries about it.
“Undoubtedly this is because it is such a well-presented and equipped building in such an excellent location. As ever, the right building in the right place will remain attractive even in difficult times such as these.”
The Church Street offices span nearly 2,500 sq ft, providing a mixture of office and meeting space and come with their own fully integrated wet room on the lower ground floor. The property has been finished to a high specification and offers contemporary accommodation in a period building.
It boasts excellent access to the national motorway network and Birmingham International Airport and is available to let by way of a new lease for a minimum of five years. The quoting rental is £38,000 per annum, exclusive of business rates and service charge.
Last month Bromwich Hardy was named the most active agent in Warwickshire for the seventh year running by respected industry publication Estates Gazette.
The Coventry-based agency worked in full throughout the lockdown without the need to furlough staff as it continued to conclude deals.