PATRIZIA UK, manager of Winnersh Triangle, has announced a brace of recent lettings to international technology companies at its award-winning business park near Reading.
Bilfinger and Sugatsune are the latest international names to join Winnersh Triangle’s thriving technology community.
The two companies' decision to relocate to Winnersh Triangle represents PATRIZIA UKs long-standing commitment to provide both high quality space and an innovative environment for technology companies at the park.
Japanese industrial hardware and components supplier / developer Sugatsune will move into just under 9,500 sq ft at 635 Wharfedale Road and leading German international engineering and services provider Bilfinger has taken 7,900 sq ft at 675 Eskdale Road.
Commenting on the deals, PATRIZIA UK’s Rupert Batho, Director, Asset Management, said: “We are delighted to welcome Bilfinger and Sugatsune to our growing technology hub at Winnersh Triangle, joining other top-tier names from a range of different industries. We are focused on offering all our occupiers the highest quality accommodation and amenities, within a business park location well known for its accessibility and transport connections.”
Parkinson Holt acted for Sugatsune, GVA acted for Bilfinger and JLL, Strutt and Parker and Vail Williams jointly represented PATRIZIA.
Winnersh Triangle provides office, technology, data centre, R&D and amenity space over a total of 1.5 million square feet.
Easily accessible by road just off junction 10 of the M4, Winnersh Triangle also benefits from its own train station within walking distance. On-site amenities include a four-star hotel with restaurant, café, conference facilities and a range of leisure facilities, plus a retail store, and nursery.
Winnersh Triangle was acquired in July 2013 with funds managed by Oaktree Capital Management LP and real estate investor PATRIZIA UK Ltd.
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