Sunday, July 21, 2024

South Normanton office sold

FHP have sold Unit 17 Maisies Way, South Normanton to owner occupier Secur-It, the provider of security services, fire protection and risk mitigation.

The property comprises 8,289ft² of self-contained office accommodation situated across two floors offering a mixture of open plan and cellular floorplates throughout the property.

Situated just off Junction 28 of the M1 Motorway, Maisies Way is an office development scheme.

Amy Howard, surveyor at FHP Property Consultants, said: “It was a great result to get this over the line for my client and secure a strong price on the property. Unit 17 had been
on the market for some time and even though we explored several marketing options such as leasehold / freehold disposal and renting individual floors, interest was slow.

“Secur-It were after a good level of office space near J28, and this property seemed perfect for their requirement. After the initial viewing, it was clear the property was suitable for them and we were under offer within a short timeframe following on from this.

“The property highlighted the difficulty we face within the office market, especially on larger floor plate within out-of-town office locations. It is evident that marketing is essential in the disposal of these types of properties and exploring all options available to secure a tenant / purchaser.

“After the initial interest was slow on the rental side, it emphasized the push for a purchaser, especially given the vacancy period my client was facing. I am delighted to have got this over the line and welcome Secur-It onto Maisies Way, they will be a great asset to the estate and I wish them all the best in their next endeavours.”

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