Birmingham, 31 May 2016
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has attracted its third occupier, b2be, since the start of the year, which makes it one of the most successful buildings in Birmingham in the first quarter. b2be, which offers business-to-business e-solutions, follows Time etc and RMY Clements who acquired space earlier in the year.
is prominently positioned on Hagley Road, just one mile from the city centre and is arranged over 16 floors with space available from 1,200 to 4,160 sq ft. A comprehensive refurbishment on the vacant suites has been undertaken including raised flooring, LED lighting, ceiling grid and full redecoration.
Edd Fitch, national director at LaSalle Investment Management, said: "Following the refurbishment, we have managed to attract a number of new tenants to Lyndon House because we are able to offer a high quality office accommodation on competitive terms.
Andy Riach, associate director office agency at JLL, commented: "Edgbaston has become an attractive location for businesses seeking high quality office accommodation, with excellent local amenities and transport links, but at a significant rental discount when compared with the CBD.
"The well documented shortage of good quality office space in Birmingham's business core is also having an impact on the availability of smaller sized office suites, which is only likely to continue in an upward curve as the profile of the city is heightened with the delivery of further major inward investment.
Richard Williams, surveyor at Knight Frank, commented: "Lyndon House
provides an affordable, attractive alternative. We frequently see that Edgbaston is the destination of choice for companies transitioning from serviced offices to a conventional office space, or companies who are rapidly expanding and require more space and require flexibility."
JLL and Knight Frank are the appointed letting agents at Lyndon House