Friday, September 24, 2021

Final unit at Enterprise 36 industrial park sold

Acting on behalf of Barmston Developments, CBRE together with joint agents CPP have sold Unit 2 at Enterprise 36 industrial park, to CBRE Global Investors.

The agency team has been retained to seek a tenant for the speculatively developed unit which forms part of a four-unit scheme located in Tankersley, South Yorkshire.

Unit 2 at Enterprise 36 is situated in one of the most strategically located sites along the M1 Corridor in South Yorkshire.

The 77,804 sq ft unit provides a versatile industrial/warehouse building with high specification warehouse and office provision, a large secure yard and loading area and 54 car parking spaces. The property is available for immediate occupation.

With deals completed by Barmston Developments, a subsidiary of Leeds based Wilton Developments, last year on both Unit 3 and Unit 4 and work well underway on Unit 1 which is being developed for USL, Unit 2 concludes the successful 300,000 sq ft Enterprise 36 scheme, which is being supported by Barnsley Council’s Enterprising Barnsley investment team and its nationally recognised BMBC Property Investment Fund.

Jason Stowe Managing Director of Wilton Developments said: “We are delighted to complete the sale of Unit 2 at Enterprise 36, confirming the successful outcome of all four plots at the scheme. The speed with which these prime units have been acquired reinforces our strategy of well specified good quality units in strong locations.”

Mike Baugh, Senior Director at CBRE Leeds, said: “We are pleased to have concluded the sale and to be acting as joint agents to bring to market the final unit at Enterprise 36.

“The scheme offers prospective occupiers the unique opportunity to create a space designed to meet their bespoke needs. With the supply of high quality, well located units within South Yorkshire in high demand, we anticipate high interest in this remaining unit to let.

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