Monday, April 15, 2024

Second floor let at i2 Centre, Mansfield

Anthony Barrowcliffe of FHP has let the entire second floor of the i2 Centre, Oakham Business Park, Mansfield, which comprised five office suites and totalled 10,243ft².

This was not a straightforward transaction with tenants vacating, dilapidations, landlord works and a phased move in by the new tenant.

The property comprises refurbished Grade A office suites which are located in close proximity to Mansfield town centre and the A38.

Anthony Barrowcliffe of FHP said: “I am particularly pleased with this letting as we have managed to complete the occupation of a full floor across five suites at the i2 Centre to a large local occupier. This was a fantastic deal to complete and entailed lots of moving parts, but I am delighted we could put all the jigsaw pieces together in the end.

“This is a deal I am very proud of, achieving good terms which both parties were happy with. I look forward to more success at the i2 Centre which I think is an absolutely beautiful building with so much to offer for the Mansfield area with great transport links, great connectivity to the Motorway alongside great parking ratios and a high quality internal specification. This is a high quality product with a fantastic line up of tenants, a sense of community and a feel of professionalism.

“I have the two final suites available currently at the i2 Centre available on flexible terms and suitable for a variety of uses. The ground floor suite extends to 170m² (1,832ft²) and the first floor suite extends to 200m² (2,159ft²).”

Martin Betts, of M7 Real Estate, the landlords, said: “We are delighted, in conjunction with FHP, to have achieved this significant letting at the i2 Centre. It demonstrates that there is clearly ongoing demand for well-located and well specified offices.”

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