Developer completes quartet of landmark schemes in Nottingham city centre
A new Grade A office building in Nottingham city centre has been handed over to D&G, marking the culmination of a major regeneration project delivered by one of the city’s best known firms.
The 50,000 sq ft building at 11 Station Street is one of four projects in the city’s Southside Redevelopment Zone to be completed by East Midlands developer Bildurn – the others being the nearby 320-unit Vita Student complex and the redeveloped Granby and Gresham hotels, which now house luxury apartments.
The £65m office development was designed by Franklin Ellis and constructed to BREEAM Excellent standard by Bowmer + Kirkland.
Sean Akins, managing director of Bildurn, said: “We’re delighted to have completed our final part in this major scheme for Nottingham to help create a truly impressive welcome to the city. We have nurtured this area over many years and now have finished our contribution to the development of the southern gateway, with one of our most significant projects to date.
“Now visitors arriving in the city will have a very different vision which is dramatically different to what has stood there for years previously. It has been our ambition to reinvigorate this area and we have worked hard to sympathetically regenerate a previously ugly and unattractive space.”
Akins added: “We have worked with an excellent team over many years to help deliver these projects to life over many years including the design team led by Franklin Ellis; agents Matthew Smith and James Keeton, Ben Kelly and Adam Youatt at Gateley Legal and Neil Hartley at Lorne Estates.”