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3 March, 2021 - 15:38 By Tony Quested

Former Archant building on the market in Ipswich

Savills, on behalf of Ipswich Borough Assets, has brought to market Portman House at the junction of Princes Street and Portman Road in Ipswich.

The building, previously occupied by publishing firm Archant, comprises 10,000 sq ft of good quality, modern office accommodation. 

Arranged across the ground and first floor, it also includes secure private car parking to the rear. The property is currently available to let at a rent of £160,000 per annum.

Situated in a prime location on Princes Street, the main corporate thoroughfare in Ipswich city centre, Portman House is within walking distance of the main railway station and nearby amenities within the central shopping district. 

Other occupiers in the area include Birketts Solicitors, HMRC, AXA, Willis, IBC and SCC.

Chris Moody, director in the business space team at Savills Ipswich, said: “Portman House has the potential to make an excellent headquarters or regional branch location, lending itself to unique corporate branding. 

“Due to the property’s strong credentials we  expect to receive a considerable number of enquiries from interested parties looking to take swift occupation.”

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