Urban Splash

Urban Splash completes over 17,000 sq ft of deals since July



Regeneration company Urban Splash has completed deals on 17,264 sq ft of space since July, welcoming occupiers across its nationwide portfolio.

The majority of the deals were done in Liverpool, with almost 9,000 sq ft of space let to Matchworks — a commercial community in South Liverpool, which is home to a diverse range of businesses.

Other Merseyside deals include a letting at the Vanilla Factory to Yoma Digital Marketing.

A further 6,000 sq ft of space was let to businesses in the Manchester region, such as the beauty academy AK International, which agreed terms on the 1,229 sq ft Pod in Castlefield.

Additional deals were completed at the Schoolhouse in Trafford Park, with 3,000 sq ft let to construction business Recom Solutions and the Human Support Group.

A 1,279 sq ft deal was also concluded at the Boat Shed in Salford Quays.

In the south, the regeneration company successfully arranged deals at Royal William Yard in Plymouth, a collection of Grade I and II listed buildings, which have been transformed into homes, workspaces, leisure, arts and retail spaces.

There, more than 2,300 sq ft was let to businesses, including restaurant Hook and Line.

Nicky Harries, commercial manager at Urban Splash, commented: “While working trends are undeniably changing, we are still seeing a demand for flexible workspace. 

“Our appealing portfolio offers that — we create brilliantly designed workspace and we’re an accommodating landlord. 

“Our flexible offering allows tenants to shape their space as their business changes – an important factor for our customers right now.”

Emily Handslip, commercial director at Urban Splash, said she was really pleased to see that the company was attracting “brilliant” businesses into its nationwide portfolio.

“Driven by ongoing demand, we’re expanding our offer again this year and we are onsite creating more great workspaces throughout the country at Royal William Yard in the Grade I Listed Melville building, at Port Loop in Birmingham, Park Hill in Sheffield, and New Islington in Manchester,” she added.


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