Highly visible offices, opposite the iconic Norman Foster designed Willis Building, have recently become available to let.

The three storey building at 50 Princes Street is in a very desirable location, says Vanessa Penn at agents, Penn Commercial.

She says that the building was constructed in 2009 and provides a bright contemporary space, which is mostly open plan, totalling 6,405 sq ft, available early 2019.

The building is comfort cooled, with raised floors and contemporary plastered ceilings, eight person lift and video access entry system. There is car parking to the rear.

The ground and first floors are mostly open plan, with the first floor including meeting and conference rooms, as well as a kitchen.

Vanessa Penn explained that these are offices of a particularly high specification that would ideally suit a bank, professional services, estate agents, brokers and building societies.

She said: “These offices are in a really convenient location, midway between town centre and the railway station. They are on the fringes of the up and coming commercial corridor along Princes Street. It’s an area that’s proving very attractive to forward looking ambitious businesses.”

“Within easy walking distance too is the busy waterfront, shops with independent retailers and many restaurants, cafes and pubs.”

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High spec offices in central Ipswich to let

by Robin Cousins

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