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Multi-Million Pound Refurb Completed at Cardiff Gate Office Development

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One of the largest and most prominent out-of-town office buildings in south Wales has undergone a multi-million pound refurbishment.

Centre 7, which is located at the entrance to Cardiff Gate International Business Park, has been extensively refurbished throughout the three-storey building. The Grade A offices include features such as flexible floor plates of up to 17,000 sq. ft suitable for partitioned or open plan space, an air-conditioning system, suspended ceilings with recessed LED lighting and fully raised access floors.

The circa 50,600 sq. ft. building is available to let in office suites in a variety of sizes with an excellent car park allocation of 201 spaces.

The property agent Fletcher Morgan are letting agents for Cardiff International Business Park, which is marking its 25th anniversary this year.

John James, Director at Fletcher Morgan, said:

“Centre 7 is situated on Junction 30 with easy access to the M4 at the gateway to Cardiff, providing an ideal location for businesses to take advantage of now that the Severn Bridge tolls have ended.

“There is a significant demand for Grade A, high-quality office space in Cardiff and this multi-million pound refurbishment is already attracting a lot of interest in the marketplace.”

Rhomco project managed the refurbishment of Centre 7.

Ben Howard, Director at Rhomco said:

“It’s been a pleasure to work on such a prestigious project. The refurbishment has been carried out to the very highest standards and specifications, so this prime office building situated at the gateway to Cardiff is sure to attract a lot of attention.”

Andrew Bolt, director of Cardiff Gate International Business Park, said:

“As we mark a quarter of a century at the business park, we also recognise the importance of continuing to invest in our facilities. This transformation has thoroughly refreshed the site and really makes the most of our great location.”

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