The second phase of the Northdown development at Eureka Park has been completed, bringing 25,000 sq ft of Grade A office space to the Kent office market. The latest phase comprises two buildings of 10,292 sq ft and 15,675 sq ft over two floors.
The larger of the two buildings, which is known as 210 Eureka Park can house up to 150 people and the smaller building, 200 Eureka Park, provides office accommodation for 100 staff. The first phase of Northdown, which totals 51,000 sq ft, is now fully let to companies including CommIdea, NHS and Invicta Foods.
Tristram Gethin, Director of Quadrant Estates said; “The first phase of Northdown was snapped up just after completion and we are confident that even in a slightly slower market, these new buildings offer something a bit different to the Kent office market. The vacancy level across Kent for new buildings has continued to decline and those companies relocating are committing to the best quality space and Northdown 2 fits the bill.”
Award-winning architects Scott Brownrigg evolved their design for Northdown 2 to create efficient, sustainable and striking buildings, which have taken under a year to complete.
Ashford appeals to a range of business sectors who value the international and high speed rail links and these buildings are expected to attract interest from companies wishing to take a head quarters building or upgrade their current premises by taking one or two floors.
The buildings are being marketed by agents Knight Frank, Martine Waghorn and Bidwells, who are quoting rents £19.75 psf.