Beverley’s first Grade A offices are now available to let, offering the town’s best workplace location and views.
Armstrong House, which is just a stone’s throw from the magnificent Beverley Minster, boasts 10,440 sq ft of prestigious office space, ideal for single occupancy or in a range of suites as required. The Category A fit-out commences this week, with the offices available for occupation from June.
The newest element of Beverley’s £120m Flemingate retail, leisure and commercial development is Grade A office equipment with views over the town’s minster.
Created by the Wykeland Group, more than 10,000 square feet of space will be available to let from June this year by Hull-based office refurbishment and fit-out specialist Chameleon Business Interiors and mechanical and electrical works by Neville Tucker.
Wykeland Estates Surveyor John Gouldthorp said Armstrong House offered an unrivalled opportunity for businesses in Beverley, or those looking for a presence in the town.
He said: “These are the first Grade A offices available in Beverley. As part of the Flemingate development, they are purpose-built to the highest modern standards, including energy-efficiency and accessibility.”
Nick Pearce, Director of letting agent PPH Commercial, said: “For many years Beverley has been short of quality office accommodation and Armstrong House, within the Flemingate development, will provide the first Grade A office space in the town, which we are sure will be let quickly.
“It offers top-quality space with parking, as well as being close to the railway station with stunning views of the Minster. In all, it’s a fantastic opportunity for office users.”
Armstrong House’s name harks back to the Beverley company Armstrong Patents, which had a factory in Eastgate in the town from 1917 to 1981, employing hundreds of workers.
The 16-acre Flemingate development – Beverley’s largest-ever regeneration scheme – includes big-name brands such as Debenhams and H&M and is also home to the East Riding College campus, an 80-bed Premier Inn hotel and six-screen digital cinema, Parkway. Flemingate’s development of 130 homes is already completed.
The picture shows Wykeland Group Estates Surveyor John Gouldthorp, centre, with letting agents Nick Pearce, left, and Tim Powell inside Armstrong House.