FIND THE RIGHT BUILDING
AND TENURE FOR YOU
One of the biggest difficulties for an occupier is striking the right balance between the extra space needed and the cost. Too little space, and you may have to move again soon. Too much space, and the business incurs needless additional cost.
Reedspace helps you get this right by offering space on flexible terms, and by trying to facilitate changes before a lease expires. So far two occupiers have successfully expanded into adjacent buildings, with interconnecting openings, and two occupiers have sub-let a floor in their building to produce income until they need the additional space.
The table below shows the net sizes of buildings, and guidance on how many desks they might accommodate. However, schedules can only give part of the story – offering little idea of the feeling of spaciousness that can only be experienced within a building.
The generous proportions, open layout, and full height windows at all the Courtyard buildings combine to uplift the spirit of all who enter them, whether their business is growing or not.
All buildings have column free interiors that are configured for both open plan and cellular layouts. Nearly all occupiers have individual rooms on the ground floor, with large open plan areas on the first floor. Buildings were designed to maximise useable space, and Bill Reed Architecture offers potential tenants a complimentary space planning exercise to ensure they have the optimum building for their needs.
Every occupier has their own space requirements, but there are broad similarities. Furniture layouts have evolved as desk sizes reduced and density increased, but this has been thrown into reverse by COVID 19 and the need to observe social distancing.
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