LSH relaunches large office portfolio

Posted on by John Cronin

Commercial property agents Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) have been instructed to market one of the largest office properties in the Commercial Estates Group (CEG) portfolio.

CEG recently purchased several commercial properties from the administrators of the collapsed Kenmore property group. Kenmore Group having entered into administration on the 12th November. LSH and Hanover Green are now jointly marketing the building.

horizonThe former headquarters building known as Prospect Park in Hurley, near Maidenhead (pictured) has been re-branded as Horizon.

The new building offers 82,500 sq ft of office floor space over three floors and is located within 11 acres of landscaped grounds.

The premises are being marketed to prospective tenants that might need large floor plates – the building offers floor plates of approximately 28,000 sq ft. The building offers a fit-out specification to Grade A rating. The agents believe that the other main selling point of the building is the rural location.

Kevin Hawthorn, Partner at Hanover Green, says: “Behind the re-brand strategy is the location of the building; its self-contained base within a natural environment, and its 360 degree countryside views, set it apart from other office schemes and business parks in the region.”

The agents suggest potential tenants will include the pharmaceutical and technology, media, telecoms sectors. Flexible office spaces are available from 10,000 sq ft upwards. Whole floors lets are available is a whole-building option. Rental prices are quoted at £20 / sq ft. Flexible lease terms are available upon request.

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