Property firm buys second office block at prestigious Bristol square
A property firm has bought its second office building at one of the most prestigious addresses in central Bristol.
Gloucestershire based Robert Hitchins Investment Properties has completed the purchase of a building in Queen Square.
The Grade II Listed Georgian building at 10 Queen Square is made up of 17,470 sq ft of prime office space.
Simon Tothill, property and development director for Robert Hitchins, is delighted to add the building to growing Bristol portfolio.
This latest purchase is its seventh in Bristol, having acquired 31-32 Queen Square in December of last year.
He said: “Ten Queen Square is in a prime location and is a really good fit for us.
“The property is fully let to an impressive array of tenants and offers prime modern office space in Bristol’s historical centre.
“RHIP worked well with the vendors to complete the acquisition within a tight time frame and we now look forward to working closely with the tenants and to enhancing the building and its facilities.”
Set behind a period facade, the property extends over six floors and is made up of modern, open-plan office space. There is on-site parking in a secure underground car park and a new air conditioning system has just been installed throughout.
Simon Tothill added: “We continue to invest in Bristol, the greater South West and South Wales, seeking the right opportunities with potential to add value.
“We are proud of our reputation for the way in which we work closely with our occupier customers to build and maintain a good relationships and provide the right space that allows them to prosper, whilst improving our net asset values.”
RHIP was represented by Knight Frank and solicitors Foot Anstey.
Robert Hitchins, based at Boddington in Gloucestershire, is one of the leading property developers and investors in the South West and South Wales.
It provides the full development process from site acquisition and planning through to development and investment.