23rd April 2015
Truro’s Palace Building available to let
Part of the Palace Building, originally one of Truro’s oldest entertainment venues but now converted to office use, is on the market through joint agents Alder King and Charterwood.
The prestigious Grade II Listed building on Quay Street provides three floors of office accommodation, much of which is available to let as a whole or in suites starting from 337 sq ft.
The impressive stone-fronted building retains its main entrance onto Quay Street, leading into an impressive lobby area with a fine feature staircase and a lift.
On the ground floor, a total of 1,539 sq ft is available, split into three suites, potentially suiting smaller businesses. The first floor comprises a large flexible office space of 3,326 sq ft which is currently sub-divided but can be adapted into an open plan space if required. The second floor provides 2,936 sq ft of mainly open plan accommodation.
The Palace Building was originally in use as a music hall but by 1922 had become a cinema. It continued showing films for several decades before becoming a part-time bingo hall. Now known as the Palace Building, it was converted to commercial and retail use many years ago.
Tom Duncan at Alder King’s Truro office said: “This is a well-known character building in the city centre, providing good quality, open plan office space. Following last year’s dramatic increase in office take-up in Truro, we’re confident The Palace Building will appeal to a wide range of occupiers with small to medium size requirements.”
More details at: http://www.alderking.com/property/86746/The-Palace-Building