Commercial property
To let
Suite D, Second Floor, 19 Upper King Street, Norwich

Leasehold
925 sq ft
Summary
High quality refurbished offices
Description
The available offices are situated on the second and third floors, with each floor divided into two separate suites.

The following specification is provided:
Air conditioning
New carpets
New suspended ceilings
LG7 lighting
Complete redecoration throughout
Upgraded WC facilities

The offices are accessed via an entrance off Upper King Street into a shared lobby. From the entrance lobby, there are stairs and a lift to all floors. Male & female WC facilities are located off the main stairwell.
Accommodation
The following approximate net internal floor areas are provided:

Sq. m Sq. ft.
Second floor
Suite D 86 925
Third floor
Suite F 86 925
Total 172 1,850
Location
The property is ideally located in a prominent position on the corner of Upper King Street and Prince of Wales Road. The popular Tombland area of the City is close by, where there are a variety of bars & restaurants.

Norwich railway station is within a short walk, as are the main shopping areas, including the Chapelfield shopping centre.

Other tenants include Clancy Consulting, Prosper Recruitment and Arnolds Keys.
Terms / lease
The accommodation is available in individual suites or indeed a combination of suites. New effectively FRI leases are offered upon terms to be agreed.

Rent on application

Rates
RV Rates Payable
Second Floor Suite D £11,250 £5,243*
Third Floor Suite F £11,250 £5,243*
*Where you have only one premises with a rateable value below £12,000 you could be eligible for 100% rates free.

Legal costs
Each party is to be responsible for their own costs.
Energy Performance Certificate
The upper floors have a rating of 115, which falls within band E.

A copy of the certificate is available upon request
Services
A service charge will be charged which includes in office cleaning as well as the standard communal services.
Uses
B1(a) Business - Offices
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