Reading’s Green Park has announced five deals with tech companies took place over the Summer, totalling 23,000 sq ft.
Owner Mapletree has announced new lettings to smart technology manufacturer TP Link, software developer Voss Solutions, browser developer Island Technologies and outsourcing specialist Centralis, all of which account for 8,000 sq ft, while Extreme Networks renewed its lease on 15, 663 sq ft at 250 Longwater Avenue.
TP Link’s 5,000 sq ft deal is for refurbished space at 250 South Oak Way, while the other three new occupiers took flexible space at 100 Longwater Avenue.
The semi-serviced space offers relatively short-term leases with a host of services.
Rory Carson, Mapletree vice president of asset management in the UK, said: “Post pandemic, our experience at Green Park is that SME tech companies, as well as household names such as Virgin Media O2, are coming to us because we offer excellent quality, flexible space which provides their people with an outstanding built environment.
“However, equally as important is ensuring that they can be part of our wider vibrant population where our yearly 450-strong activities programme and Life at Green Park portal engenders a strong sense of community.”
“In addition, initiatives to improve energy and water efficiency for our occupiers, together with our efforts to invest significantly in sustainability and wellness initiatives are key elements which maintain the appeal of Green Park to occupiers.”
Cushman & Wakefield and Campbell Gordon act for Mapletree at Green Park.
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