A ‘plug and play’ office opportunity at Westfield House in Sheffield has been launched by CBRE and Crosthwaite Commercial. The agency team anticipates keen demand for the ready-to-occupy space in the heart of the city centre as occupier interest remains healthy.
The office take up figures for Q2 reveal 164,812 sq ft across 39 separate lettings, demonstrating that occupiers are still seeking city centre space, with a notable increase in enquiries since the easing of lockdown, predicting a strong second half of the year.
The 8,650 sq ft suite is located on the second floor of Westfield House situated on the popular Charter Row in Sheffield City Centre and is fully fitted out to a very high standard offering immaculate space including data and power points, desks and chairs, a large kitchen, break out areas and meeting rooms.
Westfield House is in an excellent position with the Supertram and bus routes nearby and also within walking distance of Sheffield train and transport interchange. The building is situated close to the inner ring road providing easy access for vehicles, and there are a number of multi-storey car parks located close by.
Clair McGowan, Associate Director for the Office Agency team at CBRE in Leeds, commented;
“We are delighted to be appointed to launch to market this exciting opportunity in Westfield House. The property is in a prime location and is the ideal choice for those seeking readily available office accommodation, fully kitted out for immediate occupancy, in a popular area of Sheffield City Centre. With current demand for office accommodation of this calibre, we are looking forward to entering into discussions with interested parties.”
Tom Shelton, of Crosthwaite Commercial in Sheffield, commented;
“Westfield House is a well known building in a central location and given the excellent fit out we expect to see good interest in the suite. With lockdown restrictions having eased, we expect businesses to assess their working practices and there to be a good level of demand for space in the city for the remainder of the year.”