Open University’s Cintra House on market in Cambridge
A landmark office building in the heart of Cambridge is available to lease for the first time in more than a decade, bringing more precious Grade A office space to an in-demand market.
The iconic Cintra House on Hills Road provides 19,896 sq ft of Grade A office space; Business Weekly understands £32 per sq ft is being quoted.
Cintra House was rebuilt in the late 1970s and boasts a regency-style Grade II Listed façade that dates from 1865.
The original building was known as Cintra Terrace. It had been previously used as flats prior to 1900 and again in the interwar period; it also once housed the Bird Bolt Hotel.
Dick Wise, head of business space at Bidwells, said: “This is a rare and unique opportunity for a company to lease one of the city’s iconic buildings at a time when it is almost impossible to find Grade A space within the city.
“Cintra House underwent a comprehensive refurbishment in 2005 and inside it boasts light modern open plan office floors and an impressive reception area.
“This building and its location is perfect for any company which may be looking to set up or move its headquarters into the Cambridge city centre. “It is a self-contained building which stretches over five floors, and it is situated in the prime city location on Hills Road which is close to the historic Cambridge city centre and CB1 business district.”
It also has private car parking spaces, secure cycle parking, storage space, disabled access and facilities, boardroom facilities, kitchen, breakout area and shower facilities.
For more details contact Dick Wise on 01223 559553.