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New premium floor and extensive refurbishment at Trinity Court, Exeter

wantspacegotspace.co.uk - New premium floor and extensive refurbishment at Trinity Court, ExeterThe transformation of Trinity Court into Exeter’s premier location for business has been given the green light by planners. Work will commence in spring 2013 and include a complete overhaul of the office building and the addition of a premium floor.

Formal Investments Ltd is creating high quality contemporary office space and adding a new fourth floor to the detached building.

The refurbishment involves upgrading the lift, a new heating and cooling system (A/C) and a smart new entrance area.

The top premium floor will add more than 3,000 sq ft to the building’s existing 16,252 sq ft and will be predominately glazed, with a private balcony and fantastic views over Exeter and the surrounding hills.

Completion is scheduled for the fourth quarter of 2013,but already prospective tenants are showing interest.

Located in Exeter’s most prestigious business campus, Southernhay Gardens, Trinity Court’s neighbours include lawyers, surveyors, government agencies and a boutique hotel. It is a short walk from the Princesshay shopping quarter, city centre and bus and railway stations. Trinity Court will have 17 undercroft car parking spaces and flexible floor plates are available upon request.

Formal Investments, in conjunction with Altitude Investments, is inviting prospective tenants to find out more about the property now to have the best opportunity to influence the internal layout and specification.

Nicholas King, managing director of Formal Investments, said: “This is one of those projects with such great potential we have been eager to get going. We are very pleased to have gained planning consent and to be in a position to proceed with works.

Trinity Court is going to be such a positive investment and a welcome addition to the city’s commercial district.”

Formal Office Suites – Formal’s own brand of serviced offices – may also be introduced for businesses looking for easy­access accommodation, to reflect their high professional standards and the expectations of their clients.

“Trinity Court will simply be the best address and most prestigious building available in Exeter,”

said George Turnbull from Altitude Investments, agent for the property. “We expect to see great interest and look forward to opening its doors for business at the end of 2013.” Trinity Court, Southernhay Gardens, Exeter EX1 2PG

Posted by The Editor (wantspacegotspace) on 4th December 2012

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