31st October 2023
Patent and trade mark attorneys relocate into St Bartholomew’s House
Property consultants Alder King and CBRE have let a Bristol city centre office suite to one of the city’s leading patent and trade mark attorneys Stevens Hewlett & Perkins (SH&P).
The law firm, which first opened an office in Bristol in 1987, has relocated from St Augustine’s Place into the recently refurbished first floor suite in St Bartholomew’s House, a multi-let office building on Lewins Mead known for its bronze statue of the Cloaked Horseman standing at the entrance.
Represented by CSquared, SH&P agreed a 10 year lease on the 4,793 sq ft suite off the quoting rent of £26.50 per sq ft.
Alder King office specialist Tom Dugay said: “The professional services sector continues to be one of the most active in the city’s property market as it continues to review its office requirements to suit today’s hybrid working patterns. This letting is another good example of how occupiers are prepared to take on new or newly refurbished space with strong ESG credentials to offer their staff an attractive working environment. Following the recent refurbishment, St Bartholomew’s House provides versatile, characterful and environmentally considered space in a fantastic central location.”
St Bartholomew’s House is a modern four storey office building located in a prominent position in the heart of the city centre. The ground floor reception and front elevation together with the three newly available suites recently underwent a substantial refurbishment.
The two remaining available suites provide circa 2,500 – 6,500 sq ft.