July 31, 2019
Salmon Harvester Properties is exiting its development at Ascot Business Park having sold the freehold interest in its final two office buildings.
1 Queen’s Square comprising 14,200 sq ft has been sold to Eizo for £4.3 million and 5 Queen’s Square comprising 4,739 sq ft to Worldwise Foods for £1.6 million. Both purchasers are owner occupiers.
In total Salmon has disposed of 27 units on the Park.
Doug Stewart of Salmon Harvester commented: “We have always experienced significant interest in this scheme given the high quality of the accommodation and its attractive location close to the station and the centre of Ascot.”
Queen’s Square is a Grade A modern courtyard office development. Occupiers include Handelsbanken, Bink, Loyalty Angels, Slimfast, Smink and Invogue.
Ascot Business Park is adjacent to Ascot mainline railway station, which provides regular services to London Waterloo, Reading and Guildford. Ascot High Street and its shops and restaurants, plus the world-renowned racecourse, are within a short walk away.
Salmon Harvester was advised by Campbell Gordon and BNP Paribas. Altus Group advised Eizo and Kempton Carr Croft advised Worldwise Foods.