High quality accommodation office.
Facing onto the River Tay, the Greenmarket is a western extension to Dundee's principal office hub and links into the overall development masterplan for the Central Waterfront. Greenmarket is located on the western approach to Dundee, close to the railway, bus station, the Tay Road Bridge and is 5 minutes' drive to Dundee Airport. In addition, Greenmarket has direct access to the West End of Dundee, close to the University of Dundee and further on to Ninewells Hospital. The area around Greenmarket had undergone comprehensive regeneration in recent years including the creation of the new Dundee Contemporary Arts Centre, the Sensation Science Centre and the development by Scottish Enterprise of District 10.
Additional DetailsThe Building
The Vision Building is a former mill building that has been extensively redeveloped to create a modern City Centre office building, whilst still retaining a feel of its historic use.
The building has a striking external appearance and several unique features including an impressive internal full height glass atrium with glassed back wall climber lifts.
The Vision Building provides 13 open plan office suites from 194 sq m (2,087 sq ft) to 1,523 sq m (16,394 sq ft). The building provides a combination of the following accommodation:
1. Conventional open plan office accommodation for standard office users which include good natural day lighting, excellent floor to ceiling height with the capability to install suspended ceilings and a modern specification throughout.
2. Accommodation for the digital media sector with lower levels of natural light to assist with PC/monitor use. Access into the Vision Building is via the main entrance at Greenmarket, as well as a separate access directly off Perth Road.Parking
Car parking options available on request.Specification
The Vision Building has been designed to provide high quality, modern office accommodation and the following specification is provided:
– High quality finishes and design
– Efficient and flexible floorplates
– 2 x 13-person glass lifts
– Light and spacious atrium
– Raised access floor with up to 400mm void
– Electricity: 3 phase metered supply to each suite
– Telecoms: 4 incoming duct points with six 150mm diameter ducts at each entry point
– Full disabled access
– 24 hour access and security monitoring, including CCTVLease Term
The accommodation is available on a flexible lease term tailored to suit the tenant’s requirements. The quoting rent is available from the letting agents.Rateable Value
The property has been entered in the valuation roll and can be viewed at www.saa.gov.uk by entering the postcode DD1 4QB.Service Charge
An ingoing tenant will be liable for a service charge for the maintenance and upkeep of the common parts of the building.Viewing & Further Information
3 Old Hawkhill, Dundee DD1 5EU
Tel: 01382 225517
Suites from 553 sq ft to 1,923 sq ft or available in combination of suites
Dundee is located on the east coast of Scotland approximately 85 miles north east of Glasgow, 60 miles north of Edinburgh and 70 miles south of Aberdeen. The city benefits from a diverse economy, with rapid growth across a variety of sectors, most notably digital media, biotechnology and high tech manufacturing. The city is home to a number of new start-up companies, which are created from Dundee University’s intrinsic links to industry. With a population of approximately 149,000, Dundee is the fourth largest city in Scotland. As the principal city in the Tayside and north east Fife area, Dundee is also a large administrative centre being home to Scottish Enterprise Tayside and Dundee City Council, with employment in this sector accounting for approximately 30% of the workforce.
Dundee Technology Park is a wellestablished business park, strategically located in close proximity to Dundee University Medical School and Ninewells Hospital. The park lies approximately 4 miles west of Dundee city centre.
Dundee Technology Park was originally established to provide a location for high technology uses, nowadays providing a campus style environment with good quality office space. The park is situated to benefit from easy access to the motorway network, linking Dundee to the rest of the country.
Surrounding occupiers include Insights Learning & Development, Axis Shield and Brightsolid.DESCRIPTION
Prospect Business Centre comprises three stand-alone units - Prospect House, Prospect 2 and Software Centre - complemented by designated car parking areas for the three individual buildings.
Prospect II is a single storey building with glass curtain walling under a pitched profile aluminium roof. The premises provide 6 offices/ laboratory suites aimed at life science/bio technology companies, and male and female WCs.ACCOMMODATION & SERVICES
The premises provide a range of flexible office suites from 553 sq ft to 1,923 sq ft.
High quality meeting rooms with wi-fi, wide screen TV/monitor, telephone and refreshments are available on a chargeable basis.
Prospect II benefits from a 21 space car park.Legal Costs
The ingoing tenant will be responsible for both parties legal costs.Viewing
Strictly by appointment by the sole agents.
Ashridgewood Business Park, Warren House Road Wokingham RG40 5RD. New Grade A office scheme with parking
Ashridgewood Business Park is set within a gated landscaped environment that comprises a number of mixed commercial buildings, of which three new office units are the first phase. The three units are named Sussex, Farthings and Dunstable Barns. Each office provides exceptional open plan accommodation over two floors, benefitting from a mixture of modern and character features.
Strictly by appointment through the joint sole agents below: Marcus Smith T: 07879 434314 E: firstname.lastname@example.org Patrick Pringle T: 07789 966740 E: email@example.com Steve Griffin T: 0118 979 8118 E: firstname.lastname@example.org
Wokingham is ideally situated in the heart of the Thames Valley, off Junction 10 of the M4 Motorway, midway between Reading to the north west and Bracknell to the east. Wokingham is undergoing a huge regeneration of its town centre in the Peach Place and Elms Field schemes. Numerous new tenants have already committed to the town including Waterstones, Gails Bakery, Cook, Aldi, Premier Inns and Everyman Cinemas. Whilst Ashridgewood Business Park is situated on the fringe of the town, within a rural location, it is only a 3 minute drive away from the town centre and a 5 minute drive from the station. The station provides a regular direct train service to both Reading and London Waterloo.
Misrepresentation act 1967 – Vail Williams and Pennicott for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of this property, whose agents they are, give notice that: 1. The particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intended purchasers or lessees and do not constitute nor constitute part of an offer or contract. 2. All descriptions, dimensions, reference to condition and necessary permissions for use and occupation, and other details are given without responsibility and any intending purchasers or tenants should not rely on them as statements or representations of fact but must satisfy themselves by inspection or otherwise as to the correctness of each of them. 3. No person in the employment of Vail Williams or Pennicott has any authority to make any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. Finance Act 1989 – Unless otherwise stated, all prices and rents are quoted exclusive of Value Added Tax (V.A.T.). Any intending purchasers or lessees must satisfy themselves independently as to the incidence of V.A.T. in respect of any transaction. June 2019
Key features: • Detached office units • Air conditioning • Raised access floors and perimeter trunking • Suspended ceilings with integral LED lighting • Fibre available onsite • Fitted kitchens • Fire and intruder alarm • Entry system • CCTV coverage • 3 WCs per office • Terrace • Car parking • Short drive to Wokingham town centre, the train station and the A329(M)