SIX new units totalling more than 50,000sq ft have been completed at the growing Advanced Manufacturing Park.
Regeneration firm Harworth Group said there was strong demand from companies wanting space near the Advanced Manufacturing Research Centre.
Director of business space David Travis said: “We’re delighted with the quality of all six completed units.
“We are now actively promoting these units for immediate leasehold occupation to advanced manufacturing and engineering companies.”
The new units, built by JF Finnegan, are part of a development called R-evolution @ The AMP, which began in 2014.
Senior surveyor Tom Swallow, of commercial estate consultants Knight Frank, said: “We are witnessing good levels of demand from occupiers looking for space on the AMP.
“The next phase of R-evolution offers flexibility to accommodate requirements from circa 5,000 to 26,000 sq ft and with one of the units already under offer, we are confident that the scheme will prove successful given the lack of existing available space in the market.”
Construction was funded by Sheffield City Region’s JESSICA fund, which includes EU cash and aims to support competitive commercial projects.
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