September 1, 2020

Arlington has struck a series of lettings to bring new companies to Oxford Business Park.

The park’s owners have this week announced that housing provider Green Square has taken 3,500 sq ft of space in Building 7400 in The Quorum.  In addition, health technology firm Ultromics has secured 8,500 sq ft of space at Building 4630.

The recent lettings are driving Arlington to complete further development projects such as the refurbishment of Building 3500, which will provide approximately 18,000 sq. ft net, set over two floors, with 85 car parking spaces. The building, which is expected to be completed in the second quarter of 2021, will offer the highest quality, contemporary workspace suitable for a variety of uses.

Arlington is also bringing forward plans for the construction of up to 90,000 sq. ft of hybrid R&D and production buildings providing highly flexible space for Hi tech and Life Science businesses.

Development Director of Arlington, Dan Williams, commented: “We’re delighted to welcome these fantastic companies to the park. It is an exciting period for us, the comprehensive customer focused offer at the park is as strong as it has ever been and the quality of flexible business space will be enhanced even further once building 3500 is completed next year.”

The new arrivals will benefit from the Park’s new customer hub – known as The Oxford Factory and The Oxford Works – which provide a restaurant together with work desks, meeting spaces, including a seminar theatre, all wrapped up with a dedicated Community App that brings together these physical spaces with a full calendar of events and activities for individuals to enjoy away from their desks.

BNP Paribas, VSL & Partners and Lambert Smith Hampton advise Arlington.

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