The Coalyard, developed by Pertwee Estates, will be an eye-catching new addition to the Ipswich office market. The name derives from its location on the site of the old Moys Coalyard and it is adjacent to the newly refurbished Maltings building.
This entirely new building is made from black glass and bricks, reflecting not only the site's history but also paying homage to the iconic Grade 1 listed Willis Building (designed by Norman Foster) just a short walk up Princes Street.
Ipswich, one of the fastest growing towns in the east region, is the administrative and county town of Suffolk and is one of the principal commercial and financial centres of East Anglia. The Ipswich Vision is actively promoting new links to the waterfront and town centre, including:
• The Princes Street office corridor • 2,500 new homes planned for the central core • Wine Rack at Regatta Quay now completed • Fully refurbished Ipswich station a few minutes walk away
The offices will be finished to a very high standard with careful attention to detail:
• LED lighting throughout to common parts and office suites • Heating/air conditioning with local controllers to allow individual control • Dedicated intruder alarms (part of whole building system) • Water supply and waste connections for tea stations/kitchenettes • Lift from lower ground to third floors • Landscaped terrace at ground level • Two landscaped roof terraces • Cycle store • Bin store • CCTV coverage to cover entrances, cycle store and courtyard areas.