Commercial property
Under Offer
3 St James Court, St James Place, Whitefriars, Norwich

Leasehold
3000 - 7357 sq ft
Summary
St James Place - A new business quarter for Norwich.

The only Grade A office building available in Norwich City centre

7,357 sq ft remaining.

- Excellent location in thriving new business quarter
- Ground floor let to Barclays, Part First Floor to Aecom (Davis Langdon) & Part Second Floor to PWC
- Part Second Floor is under offer
- Part first floors available
- Substantial parking available
Description
St James Place, Whitefriars
A new business quarter is emerging in the centre of Norwich. St James Place is being developed by Jarrold & Sons to meet the exacting demands of businesses in the 21st century. Providing modern offices of the highest environmental standard in a beautiful riverside setting, St James Place is already satisfying the requirements of a number of major regional and national organisations investing in their long term future in the centre of Norwich.
Further planning consents have been obtained and enquiries are now being sought from similarly minded companies looking to achieve their long term business objectives in modern, high quality working environment.
3 St James Court, St James Place
Provides the only Grade A office building currently available in Norwich City centre. Barclays have taken occupation of the ground floor of the building. The first and second floors are available for immediate occupation.

Further information as follows:

- From 2,228 to 12,978 sq ft available
- Grade A specification, open plan space
- Excellent location in thriving new business quarter
- Ground floor let to Barclays & part Second floor to PWC
- First and part second floors available
- Substantial parking available

For further information please contact the agents.
Rates
According to the Valuation Office website, the property has a rateable value of £100,000.
Uses
B1(a) Business - Offices
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