More than 28,000 sq ft of prestigious Grade A offices in the thriving Monks Cross business, retail and leisure hub in York have been launched to market by CBRE alongside joint agents Lawrence Hannah.
Situated in landscaped grounds on Monks Cross Drive, Moorside is a contemporary building comprising 68,487 sq ft of high quality office space over three floors. 28,638 sq ft of space is available to let, with suites starting from 4,265 sq ft. The available space comprises 10,350 sq ft of office accommodation with more than 2,400 sq ft of kitchen/canteen space to the ground floor, 10,867 sq ft of office space to the first floor with more than 700 sq ft of meeting/break out space, and 4,265 sq ft on the second floor.
Moorside has excellent motorway and communications links being close to the A1, M1 and M62 connecting the city to the north, south, east and west within 20 minutes’ drive via the A64 dual carriageway. Rail links are via York Station and air links through four international airports within an hour’s drive of the building.
Potential occupiers will benefit from being in close proximity to Monks Cross which includes two major shopping destinations in Vangarde and Monks Cross Retail Park, together with the recently completed LNER £40M community stadium project, home to York City FC and York Knights. York also boasts a strong educational base with the University of York and York St John University.
A wide range of high profile business occupiers sit alongside Moorside including the UK HQ of Shepherd Group of Companies and Portakabin, as well as Garbutt & Elliot Accounting and Finance Group, Hiscox Group, NHS Foundation Trust and more.
Clair McGowan, CBRE’s Leeds Office Agency team commented:
“We are delighted to be instructed alongside Lawrence Hannah to market this impressive Grade A office space which will suit a varied range of businesses. York enjoys a thriving and dynamic economy with an international reputation for expertise in bio-sciences, health medicine and bio-renewables and has experienced continued growth in the rail and transport sectors.”