Washington House

Pin signs Amec in Warrington

Pin Property Consultancy has let the entire 25,210 sq ft first floor of Washington House in Warrington to Amec Foster Wheeler, marking the largest office letting completed in the town this year.

Amec Foster Wheeler serves the oil and gas, infrastructure and mining markets and has 40,000 staff around the world.

Salah Wagu, new commercial and marketing manager at Pin Property Consultancy, said: “We are delighted to have successfully completed this transaction and welcome Amec to our Warrington portfolio, it is our view that the quality of our refurbishments will continue to attract strong occupier interest,  and discussions are ongoing with numerous parties for the ground floor accommodation.”

Washington House has been comprehensively refurbished by Pin Property. The ground floor of 26,635 sq ft is still available for immediate occupation. The building is situated proximately within a stone’s throw of Birchwood Park and benefits from strong local amenities. The deal follows a record year for Pin Property Consultancy when 77,066 sq ft of accommodation was let in its Warrington portfolio.

The retained letting agents are Cushman & Wakefield and BE Group. Imran Younus, commercial and marketing director of Pin Property, said retaining BE Group was a coup as the agent had been conflicted by working on rival schemes for many years until now.

From left: Pin Property's Imran Younus, Rob Yates of Cushman & Wakefield, Simon Roddam from BE Group, and Salah Wagu of Pin Property

From left: Pin Property’s Imran Younus, Rob Yates of Cushman & Wakefield, Simon Roddam from BE Group, and Salah Wagu of Pin Property

 

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