Bristol city centre building fully occupied after latest tenant signs deal

One of Bristol’s best known city centre buildings is now fully occupied after the latest deal was agreed.

33 Bristol, the Topland-owned Bristol city centre office space, is now fully occupied after engineering and environmental consultants, Rappor, completed the letting of its ground floor suite.

Topland Group, one of the UK’s largest privately owned investment groups, acquired the office facility in 2019 before investing £!m in an extensive refurbishment to attract businesses back to the city centre in the wake of the pandemic.

The works saw the 46,000 sq ft building undergo a complete transformation, providing open-plan workspaces and quality amenities for occupiers. It also includes secure cycle facilities, showers and lockers and electric car charging spaces.

Since the refurbished building reopened it has welcomed privately owned safe deposit box facility, Bristol Vaults, electric hydraulic power generation specialist Domin and now Rappor through its doors.

Steve Pope, group director of asset management at Topland, said: “We are pleased to announce that 33 Bristol stands fully let, providing quality workspaces for businesses in Bristol that are crucial to the wider economic health of the city. The work carried out to date ensures the building provides a thriving environment where businesses can flourish and build on Bristol’s emerging innovation economy.”

Neil Thorne, director at Rappor, said: “We are excited to now call 33 Bristol our home. The high-quality refurbishment of the building and our amazing office space certainly has the wow factor, helping us attract Bristol’s best talent, providing our team with the best environment in which to flourish and collaborate, and providing the perfect setting to welcome guests and clients in a great central location.”

Finola Ingham of Burston Cook, said: “We are delighted that 33 Bristol has reached full occupancy, reflecting a robust demand for high quality office space in the city centre.”



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