Sheffield, S1 4FY
|Size||26,980 sq ft|
|Rent||Rent on application|
|Energy Performance Rating||Upon enquiry|
38 Carver St sits in the centre of Sheffield City Centre and is a key part of the Heart of City II redevelopment of Sheffield City Centre.
The property sits on one of the key axis of the site and provides a link from the already vibrant areas around Division St to the beating heart of the development around Charter Sq and the new HSBC headquarters at Grosvenor House.
|Floor / Unit||Size||Availability|
|G||2,833 sq ft||Available|
|1st||7,501 sq ft||Available|
|2nd||6,387 sq ft||Available|
|3rd||6,448 sq ft||Available|
|4th||3,811 sq ft||Available|
38 Carver St is a 4 storey office building constructed in 1989. Accommodation is over ground and 4 upper floors. The unique design offers:
We understand the fabric of the building is in good condition. Investment is required in the buildings M&E. More details on request from our client's advisers.
We are appointed to secure a co-working/business centre operator for the building on a leasehold basis. The building needs investment to bring it up to an occupiable standard and as part of a transaction our clients are willing to invest in return for a higher rental and or a profit/revenue share. We are therefore seeking proposals based on a leasehold basis for all or part of the building. Parties will need to confirm what works they require to be done to the building (if any) and also confirm if and how they would wish to structure and profit/revenue share.
Heart of the City II is one of Sheffield’s key economic projects. Backed by Sheffield City Council alongside its strategic delivery partner Queensberry, the scheme will provide a dynamic and vibrant mixed-use district in the heart of the city centre and make Sheffield an even more exciting and interesting place to live and work. In addition to encouraging new retailers to the city centre, the scheme will provide Grade A office space, two 4 or 5-star hotels, residential developments, restaurants and cafés, leisure destinations, parking and stunning public realm – all creating the type of high quality central quarter that helps attract jobs and investment. The scheme will bring together the old and the new, maintaining the existing street patterns and heritage buildings whilst adding striking new architecture and unique outdoor squares and spaces. Rooted in the city’s unique character, it will help knit together The Moor, the Devonshire Quarter and Fargate, providing a new home for Sheffield’s cultural, commercial and creative trailblazers.
For more information please contact Tim Bottrill at this office or alternatively our joint agent Ross Firth at Cushman & Wakefield or Adam Varley at LSH.