High quality Thames Valley offices to let 15,000 - 72,946 sq ft available by way of Assignment or flexible subleases for a term up to December 2025
Marlow international is a striking 230,000 sq ft headquarters corporate building set in its own secure landscaped grounds generously situated on 12 acres of land. The available accommodation is situated on the first floor and provides a total floor area of up to 72,946 sq ft. The space can subdivide on a flexible basis from a minimum of 15,000 sq ft. The space is currently divided as the north wing and the East, South & West Wings. It is currently fitted out to a high quality including office, meeting rooms, fully fitted kitchen and break out areas. This space can be leased as seen or converted to open plan CAT A finish, subject to negotiations.
15,614 - 72,946
1st (North Wing), 1st (East Wing), 1st (South & West Wings)
Suspended ceilings with recessed lighting
Central full height atrium/street with fully glazed roof and informal seating/meeting areas
7 x 13 person passenger lifts including 2 scenic lifts in the atrium
Fully fitted and equipped 500 cover restaurant open weekday office hours
Digital Building Management System to ensure optimum control to all services
Mature landscaped surroundings with external meeting/ seating areas
Excellent car parking offering 1:271 sq ft
EPC rating - C (51)
Marlow International, Marlow SL7 1YL
Available by way of Assignment or flexible subleases for a term up to December 2025.
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