Crystal, sister company to Hurstwood, has added a new property to its portfolio with the acquisition of Hartford House in Northwich.
The 16,300 sqft building is located in the centre of the town at the junction of Chester Way and Meadow Street. It is close to retail and leisure facilities as well as the proposed Barons Quay town centre redevelopment, and was most recently used as office space.
Crystal are planning to convert the ground floor to retail units measuring between 750-6,000 sqft. The first floor is to remain as office space while the second floor will be turned into a business centre with suites available from 100 sqft.
The site also has the potential for redevelopment with possible uses including retail, drive-thru, trade counter and hotel, subject to relevant planning permissions.
Crystal Director Andy Park said: “We are delighted to have secured a new office building in Northwich which we will be renaming Northwich Business Centre. Our sister company Hurstwood have had significant success in Cheshire with our recently refurbished offices at Edwin Foden Business Centre in Sandbach and we are very excited by the potential of this new building.”
Edwin Foden Business Centre is located on Moss Lane and has suites available from 200-2,500 sqft as well as 185 on-site car parking spaces.
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