Presidential fit-out for West Wing of ex-Darktrace HQ in Cambridge
A major refurbishment of the former Darktrace offices and R & D accommodation at The Platinum Building on St John’s Innovation Park has created a springboard for expansion for another thrusting Cambridge business.
Both of the two large West Wing suites at ground and first floor are being fully refurbished following cybersecurity world leader Darktrace’s move down the road to the Maurice Wilkes Building.
Refurbishment of the first floor space at Platinum was due to complete this week and the ground floor refurb completion will follow in July.
Savills in Cambridge is marketing suites from 8,141 sq ft to 27, 506 sq ft with on-site parking and secure cycle facilities.
The balance of the space, aside from the former Darktrace facilities, was created when TeraView moved to Cambridge Research Park.
William Clarke of Savills said the available suites provided open plan and modern space suitable for partitioning for meeting rooms, open plan offices or potential dry laboratory or test areas.
A number of state-of-the-art facilities, including a new VRF system, have formed part of the refurbishment.
Clarke said the newly-refurbed space would be prime for another Cambridge technology business keen to scale from one of the busiest R & D springboards in Cambridge, plugged into an upgraded road and rail network serving the north Cambridge hotspot. You can contact Will Clarke on 01223 347000.