Element 2, Bridge Properties, P Inform Communications
Incognito and FBI Interiors are transforming the office space. Credit: via Inform Communications

Bridge starts 40,000+ sq ft Warrington office revamp

Julia Hatmaker

The Element building, formerly known as Dominion House, is undergoing a £3m refurbishment at Birchwood Park.

Bridge Properties has appointed FBI Interiors and design consultancy Incognito to transform the space, crafting a new entrance, reception and common areas. Amenities will include a café, gym, cycle hub and roof terrace. Concierge service will also be available.

When it opens, Element will have office spaces available to let in suites starting at 3,535 sq ft.

“The market is pointing to occupiers now requiring better quality office space with excellent on-site amenities in order to attract employees back to the office,” said Paul McCann, director at Bridge Properties. “Everything at Element has been designed with that in mind.”

Element, Bridge Properties, P Inform Communications

Work is expected to complete on the refurbishment of Element in February 2022. Credit: via Inform Communications

Canning O’Neill is the agent for Element. Quoting rent is £20/sq ft, plus £500 a year per car parking space.

Mark Canning, director at Canning O’Neill, praised the scheme.

“Element is set to raise the bar for office accommodation in not only Birchwood, but the whole of the regional out of town office market, providing inspirational office accommodation fit for a post-pandemic world,” he said. “With floors of up to 14,070 sq ft, the top floor also has the opportunity to include a 3,186 sq ft mezzanine area leading onto a private south-facing roof terrace.”

Bridge Properties purchased Element in May, having conducted a similar refurbishment to Eden Point in South Manchester. Work is expected to complete in February 2022.

Element When It Was Dominion House, Bridge Properties, P Inform Communications

Element was formerly known as Dominion House. Credit: via Inform Communications

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