Reading Bridge House is now fully let, following a deal for 6,000 sq ft.

The 122,000 sq ft building’s asset manager Berkley Estates London Limited (BELL), acting for Landlord VC3, has let the last available suite to tech finance business eCapital.

Refurbishments have been carried out in the building and the eCapital office is a fully-fitted top floor space.

BELL director Steve Pope said. “We are very proud of our track record at Reading Bridge House.

“We have carried out an extensive programme of refurbishments, including brand new lifts, installed in the last few months, and a new café operator called The Flying Bean, who have just opened their doors.

“We are therefore delighted to welcome eCapital to the building, hot on the heels of these improvements.

“They are relocating from Wallingford, and so this move will give them the exposure to the significant amenities and connectivity that Reading Bridge House offers and this will allow them to retain and attract the talent that is central to their growth strategy.”

Fergus Haig from Campbell Gordon, which acted for BELL, said: “eCapital were considering a wide range of options for their relocation.

“They were looking for a good building, in a great location, that offered fantastic value for money. Reading Bridge House meets these criteria perfectly.

“Although eCapital have taken the last remaining suite, we are pleased to announce that we have some new availability coming forward on the fourth floor that can support suite sizes between 2,100 sq ft and 7,338 sq ft. Further marketing material will be available in the near future – so watch this space.”

Campbell Gordon and Lambert Smith Hampton are joint letting agents for the building on behalf of BELL. Vail Williams acted on behalf of eCapital.

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