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Bourmad appointed at Oxford Court

Former Knight Frank office agent Daniel Bourmad has been hired as a consultant by 15 Oxford Court, the management company for the syndicate that owns the former DWF base in Manchester city centre.

15 Oxford CourtA spokesman for the 15 Oxford Court syndicate commented: "Daniel's understanding of the market and occupational requirements gives us a great opportunity to provide a strong focus on the letting campaign of 15 Oxford Court, and this commitment by the syndicate to employ Daniel is not only a testament to his credentials, but emphasises the importance to face the market head on with a pro-active campaign."

Daniel BourmadBourmad was made redundant after seven years at Knight Frank during a restructuring in July, when the closure of the Knight Frank Liverpool office was also announced.

Bourmad said: "I am extremely keen to bring my skills to this campaign to ensure a successful outcome. Following DWF's vacation of the building, a comprehensive refurbishment programme for the building's entrance has been prepared to enhance the main reception area, to ensure it retains its prestige as a professional business address. 15 Oxford Court is an imposing five-storey contemporary office building, set in a courtyard development and also faces onto Oxford Street. It not only benefits from its address which is synonymous with the professional sector, but it uniquely provides a self-contained building of 16,464 sq ft, ideal for a single occupier to have as their HQ address, although consideration will be given to lettings on a floor-by-floor basis.

"The property also provides possibly the best parking ratio in any city centre building and benefits from a modern internal specification including air-conditioning, raised floors and excellent natural light. This part of town is seeing major re-development proposals and is ideal for a company seeking a high profile building at a competitive level. I will be working closely with the letting agents WHR Property Consultants and hope to identify a suitable occupier very soon."

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