Landid and Brockton’s Charter Building in Uxbridge has reached completion.
The workspace project in central Uxbridge is now ready to welcome a diverse community of modern businesses. It offers over 240,000 sq ft of contemporary office workspace that will provide a home to a community of local, national and global businesses.
Developed speculatively by the joint venture between Landid Property and Brockton Capital, The Charter Building is the largest office development in Uxbridge and one of the largest new office buildings in the South East.
The Charter Building has been designed to foster collaboration, co-working and creativity. The project, designed by dn-a architects, saw the original building, which was previously the UK headquarters for Coca Cola, completely stripped back to its structural frame. The floorplates were extended and a new penthouse floor with access to a roof terrace has been added.
The new building features ceiling heights up to four metres, one-acre floorplates and a voluminous central atrium, as well as an internal ‘street’ that runs 100m from north to south through the ground floor. The ‘street’ is designed as a dynamic breakout area.
Trevor Silver, Managing Director at Landid, said: “The Charter Building brings a completely new kind of vibrant contemporary office to Uxbridge. The building offers occupiers a distinctive location, with intelligently-designed workspaces that directly cater for the demands of modern businesses. Not only is the Charter Building a short walk from Uxbridge station, but the nearby High Street offers a fantastic array of amenities. It is a fabulous building that responds to the challenges of the fast-changing working landscape.”
Tony Edgley, Partner at Brockton Capital LLP, said: “The Landid/Brockton partnership is focused on developing fresh contemporary workplaces that meet the needs of the next generation of savvy occupiers. Positioned to help businesses both retain and attract the very best talent, The Charter Building brings together excellence in workplace design with great connectivity, service, sustainability and value, within an amenity rich, urban setting.”
With a commitment to sustainability, design, service, character and occupier-satisfaction, the Landid/Brockton partnership is one of the most active office developers in the Western Corridor and is currently developing two other major office projects: Thames Tower, Reading; and The Porter Building, Slough, which are both set for completion this year.
The Landid/Brockton partnership is looking to commit significant further capital to acquire similar investment opportunities in the Western Corridor, Greater London and selected UK cities.