Two occupy units at One Park West

Michael Hunt

Grosvenor has let two units at One Park West in Liverpool city centre and is close to completing another deal on its development.

A 2,000 sq ft unit has been let to Café bar chain Nosh & Coffee, while healthcare organisation Bupa has taken a 1,800 sq ft unit fronting the Strand.

Grosvenor has said another deal is near completion, which is a restaurant unit of 2,860 sq ft that is currently in the hands of solicitors.

These lettings see the development almost fully occupied, with interest from a number of potential tenants in an additional 5,500 sq ft of space, leaving a 400 sq ft kiosk available to rent.

Guy Butler, project director at Grosvenor, said: "These commercial lettings demonstrate One Park West's success in terms of sales in the first quarter of this year. We are thrilled to welcome such prestigious tenants on board."

The deals follow Think publicity's recent move, with the agency having acquired 1,044 sq ft of space. In addition, architect and design agency BDP has let an 800 sq ft suite at the development, while Grosvenor itself has taken on a 1,400 sq ft unit.

King Sturge is the agent on the building. Details of the rental agreements were not disclosed.

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Wow I cant wait!! Good to see excellent use of a fantastic building!!

By David Lake

Good news. It may have it’s detractors, but One Park West is certainly pulling it’s weight in terms of contributing to the city. It is filling up with residents and the ground floor units are all starting to fill. Another example of good estate management by Grosvenor.

By MrD

Grosvenor have taken a really holistic approach to this building and surrounding public realm and how the energy flows up into Liverpool One. To be honest I wasn’t a fan of OPW from the Strand but following a site visit to the commercial units we have worked on, you appreciate what a fantastic assset this is to the city and it’s people. Can’t wait to dine there in the summer! Another impressive addition from Grosvenor.

By Liz Everett