Bromwich Hardy have completed the letting of the final 10,800sq ft at Earlsdon Park, Coventry.
Earlsdon Park is a mixed-use site comprising office, leisure, hotel, and residential space, including a 100-room hotel and a 620-seat theatre. It was originally built as a technical college in 1935 and has since been turned into offices.
Acting on behalf of Clearbell Capital and XLB Property, Bromwich Hardy and been marketing the premises jointly with Savills. The final space has been let to Band Hatton Button , a regional firm of Solictors, who will occupy the space as their Head Office.
Dominic Moore, Head of Asset Management at Clearbell, said:
“This letting demonstrate the buzz and strength of business in the regions, and Coventry is no exception. With its vibrant business community, the city has benefited from the recent rise of Birmingham as a destination for big business. Locations on the outskirts of Birmingham, like Coventry and Solihull, will continue to see the ripple effects of the business boom in the region. Regeneration in Coventry is appealing to local businesses and driving demand for good office space.”
Tom Bromwich of Bromwich Hardy adds:
“We are delighted to have acted on behalf of Clearbell Capital and XLB Property and securing this letting achieves full occupation at Earlsdon Park. The office market in Coventry is rapidly improving and quality accommodation such as this is now in demand.”