A landmark city centre office site offers a superb opportunity for an ambitious business to make its mark in the centre of Coventry, a commercial property expert says.
Tom Bromwich says Sun Alliance House offers high-quality modern accommodation which could be put to a number of uses.
Bromwich Hardy has just been instructed to market the site – the former Royal Bank of Scotland banking hall – and has also been appointed managing agents for the Little Park Street building.
Tom, founding partner of the award-winning agency, says the 4,000sq ft on offer is a mouth-watering prospect for any businesses wishing to make a statement.
“Sun Alliance House occupies a really prominent and attractive city centre location among a number of the city’s most historic buildings.
“It’s a former banking hall so there is plenty of space and the largely open plan nature of the site means it lends itself to a variety of uses.
“This type of opportunity does not come to market every day of the week and it would make an ideal home for a business which was keen to raise its profile and make a significant statement about itself right in the heart of the city.
“We’re delighted to have won the management contract alongside our role marketing the building and look forward to a long and successful future for the site.”
The property is easily reached from the city ring road, is close to the motorway network and also a short distance from the city’s main railway station.
It is immediately available with an annual rent of £55,000.
Bromwich Hardy is one of the country’s largest independent commercial property agencies, regularly featuring in independent lists of the most active firms in the industry.
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