Stylish refurbishment secures exclusive design and supply company


Stylish refurbishment secures exclusive design and supply company

Ashville Asset Management acting on behalf of client’s have project managed a stylish refurbishment of a commercial building in Battersea, London, whilst securing tenants prior to completion of the works.

Formerly occupied by an antique restoration business and having recently become vacant Ashville Asset management were instructed to advise on and project manage the refurbishment as well as secure a tenant for the premises.

Due to the unique design and layout Ashville advised the works should allow flexibility to cater for a variety of uses whilst creating stylish work space that reflected the buildings industrial heritage.
The end result is a stylish and functional commercial building that would be as comfortable accommodating a stylish office occupier as it would an industrial user. Both inside and out now provide a modern industrial and creative workspace. The lower ground floor transformed with significantly increased natural light to making this a much more usable space and a rarely available in this location attractive landscaped outdoor terrace area.

Working with letting agents Levvy LLP and Houston Lawrence a letting was secured for their clients with ECCO Trading Ltd an exclusive ‘design supply’ company based in London for a 5 year term at the quoting rent.

It was exciting to  be dealing with Stewarts Rd with Ashville having advised on the previous refit and letting almost 15 years ago. We thoroughly enjoyed the challenge of  advising and managing the refurbishment for this building to create flexible and attractive workspace that could suit multiple users. Finishing the works on time and securing good lease terms to a design led company such as ECCCO Trading prior to the completion of the works for our client was very satisfying and we are really pleased to have agreed a lease with such a high calibre tenant who are a great fit for the building.’ – Andrew Oliver, Ashville Asset Management

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