Trinity Office Park in Warrington has welcomed its first new occupier following a rebrand through Tandem Investments earlier this year.
The scheme comprises three office buildings which previously housed construction group Galliford Try and EOS Solutions. Following occupier departures at the start of 2023 however, Tandem Investments, alongside its property marketing team, set out to reposition the scheme within in the local office market in order to attract new occupiers.
Richard Rees, director, and asset manager at Tandem Investments commented, “Trinity is delighted to attract its first occupier since the scheme rebrand. Skillray has purchased our 9,844 sq ft building, plus a small storage building, for their own occupation which is something we were always prepared to entertain.
“Looking forward, we have almost completed a comprehensive refurbishment of Building Two, which is a 10,162 sq ft self-contained building, that has been specified to a high standard. We are working towards an A Rating Energy Performance Certification and anticipate the leasehold demand in Warrington turning its head to this property. We can accommodate occupier requirements from 2,000 sq ft upwards”.
Simon Roddam, head of agency at BE Group and joint agent on Trinity commented, “On average 65 percent of office transactions in the Birchwood area come from local occupiers relocating within this micro-location. With the current flight-to-quality market trend, and a need for flexibility, we feel Trinity ticks a lot of boxes and will provide some very good quality office supply to a buoyant part of the Warrington office market”.
Trinity Office Park in Warrington now has Building Two (10,162 sq ft) and Building Three (4,459 sq ft) on the open market To Let, although the current owners are prepared to consider interest from occupiers looking to buy their own office building.
BE Group and Cushman & Wakefield acted as joint agents on behalf of Tandem Investments.