Sunday, July 3, 2022

Balloon and party wear firm makes Pride Park move

Balloon and party wear firm, BALLOONBX LIMITED, has let Unit 18 Victoria Way, at Derby’s Pride Park.

The property comprises a semi-detached two-storey hybrid unit, providing a combination of industrial/warehouse and office accommodation.

Thomas Burton of BALLOONBX LIMITED said: “BALLOONBX are delighted to be launching its online balloon and party wear delivery services to Pride Park. We have a huge product range of the most unique supersize original balloons on the market, over 500 different products which will be retailing from this unit nationally – the first of its kind.

“We are really happy with the prime location of our new place and look forward to welcoming all of the local people to visit our showroom to see many of the designs, party decorations and backdrops we provide.”

Adam Burdett of Intali Property Strategy acted on behalf of the landlord, and commented: “We wanted to secure a tenant quickly for our client landlord and, not knowing the local occupier market, wanted to appoint an agent who did. Their instruction was to maintain the income stream from the property.

“Having worked with FHP on similar projects in Nottingham and Derby previously, we knew they would not let us down.

“Estée quickly secured a tenant who began their new lease the day after the previous tenant left”

Estée Coulthard-Boardman of FHP Property Consultants said: “These hybrid units on Pride Park are very popular and it wasn’t long after putting this property on the market that I received an offer from BALLOONBX.

“Quoting terms were achieved, and this was an excellent result for all parties involved. BALLOONBX were a pleasure to deal with and I wish them every success in the future.”

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