The latest service for occupiers of MEPC Birchwood Park in Warrington is garage Capper Jackson, which has opened in 5,600 sq ft at Lovell House.
More than 5,000 people work on the park, offering a ready-made customer base on the doorstep.
Neal Jackson, co-founder of the garage, said: "Many people think of garages as small and a bit tatty. We wanted smart, spacious premises in well-kept surroundings, to inspire customer confidence and present more like a dealer. At the same time, we needed something affordable in order to be able to provide our clients with a high quality, affordable service. MEPC Birchwood Park offered all of this and more: the on-site facilities are ideal for customers travelling in off the park – they can grab a Starbucks coffee in comfort at The Centre or even work out in gym while they wait for a service or MOT."
Capper: "Starting up a business in a recession definitely has its risks, but we are determined to succeed and have every confidence that we are in the right place to do so. We offer a really brilliant level of service, as our customers will quickly learn. The survival of the local economy depends on the success of young businesses like ours."
Jonathan Walsh, MEPC Birchwood Park managing director, said: "Capper Jackson is a marvellous new service for the park: it will be so convenient for our occupiers to drop their cars off for a service or a valet as they arrive at work and then collect them on their way home. It just helps improve the work life balance, which is so important when we all lead such busy lives."