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JLL instructed to market 2 Glass Wharf, Bristol’s newest office building

JLL appointed alongside Alder King after busy period with half the space now let

BRISTOL, February 23rd, 2016 – Leading property consultancy JLL has been instructed to market 2 Glass Wharf, Bristol’s newest office building.

Salmon Harvester has appointed JLL Bristol alongside Alder King on its new £40 million office building at Temple Quay, the city’s prime office district in the heart of the Temple Quarter Enterprise Zone.

2 Glass WharfRorie Henderson, director at developer Salmon Harvester Properties, said: ‘It has been a busy six months at 2 Glass Wharf with PwC occupying their new South West HQ in August, and leading global property design and consultancy firm Arcadis signing for a floor of the building in December. 

“Having let 50 per cent of the office space we are really pushing for more deals in 2016 and have introduced JLL as joint leasing agent with Alder King.  Our aim is to invest further in Bristol in the near future with new buildings on the plots we own next door.”

Ian Wills, director at JLL in Bristol, said: “We are delighted to be appointed alongside Alder King on such a prestigious building, the newest and best office space in the city.  The remaining floors could provide a home for companies with 50 to 500 staff, who are looking at being close to the station and in the mix with a large selection of blue chip companies and a whole host of public sector bodies. They also have the opportunity to benefit from the financial incentives associated with being in the Enterprise Zone.”