Three lettings have been announced at Campus Reading International development at J11 of the M4.

Tristan Capital Partners and Alchemy Asset Management’s, advised by Savills and Bray Fox Smith, have announced the arrival of software giant Adobe, managed IT service provider BCN and Stonewater Homes who have taken a combined total of 21,500 sq ft in the refurbished building.

Adobe, is relocating from Maidenhead and has committed to 16,000 sq ft on the third floor on a 10 year lease. Both BCN, and Stonewater Homes have agreed five-year leases on fully fitted suites, known as Campus+. They will be occupying 2,000 sq ft and 3,500 sq ft respectively.

The Grade A, 375,000 sq ft development has exceptional ESG and wellbeing credentials. It is BREEAM  Excellent and WELL Platinum rated, and boast  amenities including a 270-seat restaurant and state-of-the-art gym and fitness centre. A major project is also under construction to add solar panels to generate approximately 12 per cent of the property’s required electricity.

Guy Bishop, director of Alchemy Asset Management, said: “These recent lettings show that occupiers require best in class buildings with the very best amenity offering, strong ESG credentials and a building which provides a rich community for their employees. 

“We are delighted to welcome all three companies to Campus and anticipate more tenants this year to provide a home for up to 2,500 employees in a prime location immediately on Junction 11 of the M4.”

Existing tenants at Campus include Verizon, Investec, AspenTech, Mavenir and Volume AI. 

James Brodie, managing director of Tristan Capital Partners, said: “These latest leasing deals are a testament to the attractiveness of Campus, its exceptional on-site amenities, and excellent ESG credentials. The range of occupiers at Campus highlight that this is a next-generation community for every type of business. We look forward to welcoming our new tenants.”

Stuart Chambers, director, Greater London and South East office agency for Savills, said: “We are delighted to welcome Adobe, BCN and Stonewater Homes to the business community at Campus. The lettings demonstrate the strength of our amenity rich, sustainable workplace offer and prove that in a challenging letting market, buildings such as Campus provide exactly what forward looking occupiers’ need.”

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