The newly-resorted £3.6 million Eagle Works in Sheffield has been unveiled by developer Citu which comprised over 10k sq ft of office space.
Once at the heart of Sheffield’s industrial revolution, the 19th-century mill building offers space for up to 125 people.
Eagle Works is also equipped with the latest in sustainable technology, including 159 kilowatts of solar panels and biomass heating.
The electricity for the building will come from 100% renewable sources, and the city centre location encourages tenants to travel on foot or public transport, reducing their individual carbon footprint in the process.
Citu MD Chris Thompson said: “Eagle Works is a beautiful building in a fantastic location, so it’s been a real labour of love to tear away the decades of decay and neglect to finally reveal a very special space to work.”
He added: “[Eagle Works] offers some of the highest green credentials of any office space available in Sheffield at the moment which is very appealing to businesses who care about the environment and want to reduce their carbon footprint.”