Hat Trick of Deals at Preston Offices

Posted on 24th October 2012

There has been a recent boost in the interest in city centre office stock as three new tenants take space at Marshall House, prominent offices on Preston’s Ringway.

Landlord Hurstwood Holdings have let space to Consumer Focus Direct, a membership savings and discount club, Legal Link, a consumer claims company and Hadi Law, a local firm of solicitors.

Mark Carling at Hurstwood Holdings said, “We have seen a recent surge of interest at Marshall House and securing three new tenants for the building is a good indicator that things are starting to pick up in the Preston city office sector. We seem to be bucking the trend and we are pleased that the market is concluding that we are offering the best, most cost effective space.”

Danny Pinkus, Partner at Robert Pinkus & Co. said, “Interest in Preston city centre office stock has been limited but if marketed pragmatically, with flexible rents and realistic term options available to new tenants, space can, and will be let successfully. As Hurstwood Holdings have demonstrated at Marshall House, landlord flexibility is the key to encouraging new businesses to the city’s central locations.”

Further suites remain available at the nine storey, purpose built office building which sits prominently on Preston’s inner circular route. Preston’s Magistrates and Law Courts adjoin the building and the property is a short walk from the city’s bus station. The property was extensively refurbished in 2007 and boasts features such as on site concierge, on site parking, double height reception and fully DDA compliant. 

For further details and quoting rents please contact joint agents Jones Lang LaSalle (0161 828 6440) or Robert Pinkus & Co. (01772 769000). 

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