Portwall Place

BS16NA Bristol, Portwall Lane

Available Office Space:

9 sq ft.

Spatial Data
Office Building Category: A category
Building Status: Exist
Office Space in Total: 15 sq ft.
Available Office Space: 9 sq ft.
Occupancy Rate: 40%
Parking
Type of Parking Spaces Parking Fee
Additional Info
Year of Construction: December 1, 2008
Portwall Place is an imposing five storey landmark building developed by Deeley Freed, designed by AWW Architects and practically completed in 2008. The property benefi ts from an attractive design with glazed atria providing extremely bright and modern offi ce accommodation.
Bristol city centre benefi ts from an excellent road network, being only 4 miles from the M4/M5 intersection. The M4 is the east-west axis fromLondon to Cardiff whilst the M5 is the north-south west axis from Birmingham to Exeter. The M48 motorway and Second Severn Crossing have further improved road communications with Cardiff and South Wales. The M32 motorway spur links the M4 to Bristol city centre. Portwall Place is situated a short distance from the Inner Ring Road and can be accessed via Redcliffe Way.
  • Bank
  • Bar
  • Cafe
  • Canteen
  • Cashpoint (ATM)
  • Commercial Area
  • Hotel
  • Parking nearby
  • Post Office
  • Restaurant
  • Retail Gallery
  • Supermarket
  • Public Parking
  • Public transport
Technical details
  • HVAC
  • Suspended ceiling
  • Access control
  • Building Management System (BMS)
  • Social rooms
  • Air-conditioning system
  • Raised floors
  • Central heating
Windows
  • Openable windows
Building provided services
  • Reception desk
Power Supply
  • Main power supply
  • Auxiliary power supply
Lift
  • High-speed lifts

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