OCCUPIERS SOUGHT FOR OFFICES WITHIN HISTORIC GLASSMAKING QUARTER
An opportunity to take on space in Black Country’s historic glassmaking quarter is being marketed by commercial agents Sellers.
The Harris Lamb-owned business has been instructed by the British Glass Foundation to let 6 The Newhouse, a 1,701 sq ft office within the famous Stuart Works, adjoining the White House Cone Museum of Glass.
Matthew Pearcey, who is overseeing the instruction, said: “Stuart Works needs no introduction and we anticipate a lot of interest from potential occupiers.
“Since its regeneration into a mixed-use development, it has retained its reputation as a hub for creativity, and that, teamed with a prominent canalside location on Camp Hill, will appeal to businesses seeking a well-appointed address with great UK access links and a rich heritage on its doorstep.”
The open-plan office is located opposite the historic Red House Cone and adjoins the new White House Cone Museum of Glass on the canalside, and includes on-site parking and communal toilet and kitchen facilities.
The property is being let for £19,500 per annum on a new lease.
For details, contact Matthew at firstname.lastname@example.org.