Richard Susskind & Company have been instructed to market the above virtual Freehold. In summary, the opportunity provides the following:
– Occupying a prominent position on the corner of Prescot Street and Leman Street
– Virtual Freehold
– Sought after location popular with professional, technology and creative occupiers
– Total accommodation of 5,289 sq ft at raised ground floor level
– Vacant possession as of 27th August 2015
– Local evidence to support rents in excess of £40 psf
– Rapidly changing location with numerous mixed-use schemes being built in the vicinity
– Suitable for a range of purchasers including owner occupiers and investors
– Asset management opportunity to enhance value by refurbishing premises
Offers are invited in excess of £3m, subject to contract for the virtual Freehold interest. Should you require any further information or wish to arrange an inspection of the property please do not hesitate to contact Jonathan Franks or Dan Cohen on 020 7831 8311.
SUBJECT TO CONTRACT
Further to our joint marketing of 93-95 Sclater Street E1, we are inviting written offers for our client’s freehold interest to be received by 12:00 noon (BST) on Thursday 26th February 2015.
Please confirm the following in your proposal:
Offers should be submitted in writing, by email by no later than 12:00 noon (BST) on Thursday 26th February 2015 to either Dan Cohen at Richard Susskind & Company, Dan@richardsusskind.com or Beverley Hedge B.Hedge@currell.com
Please be advised that our client is not bound to accept the highest, or indeed any offer.
We have been instructed to market the above converted warehouse property currently undergoing a substantial refurbishment. Arranged over LG, G and two upper floors with mezzanine we can cater for requirements from 2,225 sq ft up to 10,375 sq ft. There are also adjoining floors available next door allowing for flexible offices units. In summary, the spaces provides the following:
Should you require any further information or wish to arrange an inspection of the property please do not hesitate to contact Richard Susskind & Company (Dan Cohen or Jonathan Franks) on 020 7831 8311 or our joint agents Savoy Stewart (David Mirelman) on 020 7495 3666.
Ozone Coffee Roasters are one of New Zealand’s premier coffee roasting companies. They entered the UK market in March 2012 when they opened the door of their 2,750 sq ft Coffee Shop & Roastery on Leonard Street, Shoreditch. Their vision is to consistently aspire to coffee excellence in all facets and achieve international recognition as a leading artisan coffee company.
They use suppliers which are carefully selected to ensure that they use the finest ingredients and produce, all while supporting local independent farms, producers and businesses.
Ozone Coffee Roasters are searching for a second site for their growing wholesale business which will predominantly be on the ground floor. The right site will be suitable for roasting coffee, distribution, training and offices. The site must range from 3,000 – 8,000 sq ft, have good loading facilities/fork lift access, can be Freehold or Leasehold, preferably be an old-build and have a light industrial with ancillary A1/A3 use class. The types of locations considered are Bethnal Green, Dalston, Hackney, Kingsland Road, Angel, Clerkenwell, Kings Cross, Kentish Town, Highbury, Bermondsey, Southwark and Tower Bridge. Other areas will be considered.
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Associate Director Dan Cohen says “The brief was to reposition the building in the market, and after working closely with our client, we provided advice on the latest market trends for our client to come up with a product with which we are all proud. The rents in the building were previously in the 20s psf and these have now more than doubled for the recent lettings.”
A significant part of the transformation is a new entrance hall which includes copper finishes, contemporary flooring and a unique custom made reception desk. The new signage, branding and higher ceilings add to the creative look. The first floor east and the whole second floor underwent an extensive refurbishment with the aim of exposing much of the original features. Our client removed the suspended ceilings, partitioning and carpet flooring replaced them with high end finishes. This included wood flooring, suspended lighting and new WCs in order to create high end media style offices.
Most recently we have let the 1st Floor West, comprising a total of 2,426 sq ft, to Ichi Limited. This company, established in the summer of 2009, is an agency with entertainment in its blood, digital in its heart and a desire to create work that works. They have two vibrant homes, one in London and one in Los Angeles.
We have also let 1st Floor East, comprising a total of 1,500 sq ft, to Futureboard Consulting Ltd. The company is an international HR consulting group that helps organisations to maximise the potential of their employees.
The 2nd Floor, comprising a total of 4,000 sq ft, has been let to DMJ Recruitment Ltd. DMJ specialise in five key recruitment areas – legal private practice, in-house legal, legal support, legal mergers and company secretarial.
The 4th Floor, comprising a total of 669 sq ft was let to Concorde Capital Limited. They are a leading investment company which was founded in 2004. They provide a full range of investment banking, asset management services and brokerage.
With an impressive refurbishment, including new reception area, common parts and a more prominent look on Clerkenwell Road, we are sure all of the new tenants will enjoy their exciting new office spaces.
On behalf of Hermes Investment Management we have let the 3rd floor of 34-35 Great Sutton Street, EC1 to Adaptavist comprising a total of 2,135 sq ft. Positioned above one of the finest watering holes in EC1, The Slaughtered Lamb, the floor provides extra office space for yet another expanding tech company.
Adaptavist, founded in 2005 in the UK, are an international software development and consultancy company. They work with major enterprises to advance their application lifecycle management processes through the effective use of Atlassian software. They provide professional services, managed services and support services around the Atlassian toolset.
One of Adaptavist’s most popular products is the ThemeBuilder plugin. This product allows organisations to customise the user interface of Atlassian Confluence. Their Umbrella SSO product, which launched in 2012, proved to be an instant success with major global enterprises.
The company, who have over 5,500 clients across the globe, expanded by opening an office in San Francisco which opened in 2012, they then opened an office in Germany in 2013 to establish a critical foothold in the largest European market replicating its already successful model in the UK and the US.
Richard Susskind & Company are delighted to announce the freehold sale of 240 Amhurst Road, Hackney, London, E8 in its entirety to Dawnelia Properties Ltd. Comprising a total of 4,245 sq ft, this Grade II listed property provides residential accommodation on 1st and 2nd floors and a bar / restaurant on the ground and lower ground floors.
This follows on from our letting of the ground floor of this property to renowned Shoreditch operator Jaguar Shoes. Opening under the name ‘Hand of Glory’ earlier in 2014, this is their first venue outside of Shoreditch. Since they launched 12 years ago, Jaguar Shoes provide a variety of different platforms for creative talent from collaborative products and retail opportunities to exhibitions and events.
Their other units are ‘The Old Shoreditch Station’ which is a café bar and exhibition venue in a decommissioned train station and their flagship venue ‘Dream Bags Jaguar Shoes’ whose name comes from the 1980’s bag and shoe wholesalers that once occupied the adjoining units.
Richard Susskind & Company are delighted to announce that on behalf of Hermes Investment Management we have pre-let 1 Sekforde Street, Clerkenwell Green, EC1 in its entirety to Future Cities Catapult Ltd. Comprising a total of 24,000 sq ft, the property has dramatic ceiling height and large period-style windows throughout as well as spectacular vaulted ceilings on the top floor.
Future Cities Catapult Ltd, based in the heart of London, are one of the seven ‘Catapults’ launched by the UK’s Technology Strategy Board. The plan is for 1 Sekforde Street to be transformed into an Urban Innovation Centre. Utilizing state of the art technology, the centre will be assisting leaders from all over the globe with ideas on how to improve the cities which they govern. FCC put a substantial focus on the challenge of urban integration, how cities can take a more straight-forward approach to the way they plan and operate.
FCC’s aim is to get people working together to solve real challenges faced by real cities right now and to improve quality of life, strengthen the economy and protect the environment. This is done by cities sharing what has worked for them in the past, universities and companies working together, new solutions getting to market and road testing new innovations.