Software specialist extends Nottingham footprint with office move
Software development company DIGI-Steel has extended its footprint in Nottingham by taking the lease on a 5,440 sq ft office building at Interchange 25 Business Park.
The company, which delivers cloud-based solutions to the processing and fabrication sectors, has been based at the business park on Bostocks Lane since 2019, but has now signed a five-year lease on larger premises.
The landlord, Hortons’ Estate, has completed three lettings at the site in less than six months, meaning the units are now fully occupied.
Other tenants at Interchange 25 include Keepmoat Homes, packaging firm GPA Global and Coleby Associates LLP.
Hortons’ Jeremy Boothroyd said: “We’re very pleased that DIGI-Steel has chosen to expand its business at Interchange 25. The letting demonstrates the company’s commitment to the location and is indicative of the excellent working relationship we have with our tenants.
“We undertook a programme of building refurbishments on the estate which has been an important factor in letting the remaining properties in quick succession and in securing good rents. The business park benefits from a superb location and good facilities, with a high quality of established occupiers.”
Mark Tomlinson, director FHP Property Consultants, who marketed the estate, said: “Occupier sentiment continues to move towards securing the best quality office spaces and those landlords who have invested in their buildings to present good quality specifications, finishes and eco credentials are reaping the rewards. We are seeing continued rental growth in the sector for the prime end of the market and increased deal activity and I am delighted that we have now secured full occupancy at Interchange 25.”