QUADRA at Northampton Business Park has undergone its first phase of a transformation programme by new owners Sivana Investments under the asset management of Claymore Group.
Sivana and Claymore are now embarking on the next phase of refurbishment to include additional external works to the building facade along with further improvements to the car park, upgrading and enhancing the impressive facilities on offer for both the existing and new occupiers.
The office space at Quadra, is considered to be located on one of Northampton's premier office locations and is some of the best space available in the market. The new owners approach to the improvement of the building and supportive management of existing tenants has encouraged the likes of Balfour Beatty and Perrys to renew their commitment to the building with new leases, along with new tenant Allied Irish Bank who has recently relocated their Northampton branch to Quadra.
The available suites are located on the ground and second floors and have been refurbished to make them ready for immediate occupation and to provide a very attractive proposition for occupiers in an improving market, starved of quality space.
Available options range from 3,905 to 12,772 square feet and the offices are highly specified and with full access raised floors, suspended metal tiled ceiling, VAV air conditioning, two 13 person passenger lifts and 24 hr CCTV and on site security.
David Grove of Lambert Smith Hampton, said: "With a lack of choice and available stock in the market these offices provide occupiers with an excellent level of quality and car parking at a competitive rental which is discounted to prime values. We believe this makes Quadra an excellent proposition for businesses looking to move into a modern, accessible and very well managed building, supported by forward thinking landlords.
"The refurbishment undertaken by our client is also enhanced with one of the best car parking ratios in the area at 1:235 square feet, a further benefit for those looking to relocate to support staff recruitment and retention."
Stephen Cole at Claymore who oversaw the refurb programme commented, "We are always delighted to be able to use our project and asset management skills to rejuvenate a dated and tired building and bring it back to life to meet the modern office users needs.
Quadra was an underperforming asset which lacked the necessary care and attention and this was reflected in our initial meetings with the existing tenants. Hopefully by investing time in the building and occupiers we have created space which will meet the needs of our existing tenants and stand out in the market to attract new occupiers such as Allied Irish."
Lambert Smith Hampton and Drake Commercial are jointly marketing the office space on behalf of Sivanna Investments, call LSH on 01604 664366 or Drake Commercial on 01604 620616 for further details.