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17th May 2024
Propsect House Norwich

A spectacular newly-created double-height office space housed in the former print hall of the Eastern Daily Press in Prospect House in Norwich has been launched onto the market to let, offering nearly 10,000 sq ft of Grade A office space with a new, purpose-built entrance and reception which is separate to the building’s current reception.

The new facility has been described as ‘stunning and top quality’ by Norwich-based property agents Arnolds Keys, which is marketing the new office space on a ten year lease.

Since its sale by Archant (now Newsquest) to the Alan Boswell Group in 2019, the building has attracted other high-profile businesses such as Larking Gowen, Nicholsons Solicitors and McTear, Willams & Wood.

The new office space features double-height ceilings, LED lighting, air conditioning and a full access raised floor.  Twenty-four car parking spaces and 26 bicycle spaces are included.

Guy Gowing of marketing agents Arnolds Keys commented, “The new space which has been created in the former print hall at Prospect House is simply stunning, offering spectacular, top-quality Grade A working space. 

“The light-filled, contemporary interior includes newly-fitted toilet and shower facilities, and it benefits from a brand-new dedicated entrance and reception area on the building’s south elevation.

“This is one of the most exciting new office spaces to be created in the city for many years, and we expect there to be strong interest from potential occupiers wanting to join the thriving business community which now exists in Prospect House.”

For more details about the new office space, and to download a brochure, visit www.prospecthousenorwich.co.uk, or contact Guy Gowing at Arnolds Keys at guy.gowing@arnoldskeys.com