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Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24

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  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
  • Serviced Office, Pride Park, Derby - DE24
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Melbourne Business Court is positioned in an ideal location in Pride Park with prime elevation facing the Stadium. The property is a modern mid terrace business unit with a total demise of 1876 sq ft distributed across 3 floors. The offices are finished with carpet, plaster painted walls and suspended ceiling incorporating Cat II lighting. The accommodation benefits from toilets on each floor and a central kitchen on the 2nd floor.

The property comprises of open plan office areas, private office space and meeting/interview space. Externally, there are 6 demised car parking spaces. Additional parking is available at the Pride Park, Park and ride just 0.4 miles to the south. Derby Railway Station is 0.7 mile west and is a 15 minute walk from the offices. Derby city centre and central bus station is also within close proximity at only 1.7 mile west and a 30 minute walk. The location allows for excellent corporate advertising opportunities (STP0 especially given the elevation facing the Stadium. Melbourne Business Court is immediately available for quick Let hence the well priced £9 psf and the Landlord will discuss incentives. Please Note: These offices are also available with a fully serviced option.

Ref: 57708
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Cat 5-6 Cabling
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Derby is situated in the East Midlands area of England and a major economic and commercial centre for the region. An historic county town of Derbyshire, Derby has been a busy and bustling location for centuries, but its prominence grew enormously during the Industrial Revolution in the early 18th century.

The city has a good number of open spaces and well-kept parks, many of which offer excellent vantage points from which to see the river and its surroundings. Among the most striking sights in Derby is its cathedral, whose 210-foot tower dates back to between 1510 and 1530. The areas around the imposing structure are known as the Cathedral Quarter, which is the primary central business and cultural district in the city.

The Cathedral Quarter in central Derby is home to a number of financial services companies, insurance brokers and accountants, as well as creative industry operators, many of which are based at Friar's Gate. The city is well connected in terms of transport with cities like Nottingham, Birmingham and Manchester all within easy reach by rail or road.