BRAND NEW HIGH SPECIFICATION INDUSTRIAL UNIT ON COBHOLM BUSINESS PARK COMES TO MARKET
Published 2 January 2024
A brand new, high specification industrial unit on Cobholm Business Park in Great Yarmouth has been launched onto the market – part of a high-tech business park with views over the river Yare.
The New Boatyard Building is a 9,905 sq ft light industrial unit which will be completed and ready for occupation in January 2024. It is being offered for let with an annual rent of £95,000.
The new building features a workshop with a minimum eaves height of 6.6 metres, with a mezzanine floor, and a large sectional electric loading door with a 4.9 metre loading height. A high specification ground-floor office features air conditioning, LED lighting and data cabling.
The building has been built to high environmental standards, and is expected to obtain an EPC ‘A’ rating.
Nick O’Leary of agents Arnolds Keys said, “This is an extremely high specification industrial building in an easily accessible location close to the town centre in Great Yarmouth. Cobholm Business Park is a new ‘high tech’ business park which has been sympathetically designed to reflect the area’s rich quayside heritage, and will be a welcome addition to the commercial property estate in the town, where high quality units of this type are in very short supply.”
More details of The New Boatyard Building on Cobholm Business Park are available by emailing email@example.com.
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