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Category: Bridgewater House

BRIDGEWATER HOUSE SALE COMPLETES

Cubex, along with funding partner Palmer Capital, have completed the sale of Bridgewater House to a family office for £56.3M The fully let 115,000 sq ft office building is let to BDO and Barclays with the remaining four floors let to EDF at £28.50 per sq ft. EDF are currently fitting out with a view […] View Article


FR NEWS BULLETIN SPRING 2016

Keeping you up to date with news from Finzels Reach… Date published: 10th February 2016. View the full Finzels Reach News Bulletin here: Finzels Reach Spring 2016 Bulletin


IN THE PRESS: BRISTOL POST 24th December 2014

‘But since Cubex has taken over the partially completed site overlooking Castle Park, the Bristol-based firm has reassessed the development and dropped plans for the office block as it was considered “too big for the Bristol market at the moment”.’ Bristol Post, 24th December 2014. View full article here:


IN THE PRESS: BRISTOL POST 3rd December 2014

‘The Clifton company, founded in 2004 by directors Gavin Bridge, Josh Roberts and Peter Walford, celebrated the milestone with fellow industry professionals who have been involved in various projects over the years.’ Bristol Post, 3rd December 2014. View full article here:


BRISTOL HOTEL DEAL SIGNED

‘Cubex and Palmer Capital have signed a deal with Premier Inn for a new 168-bedroom hotel at the Finzels Reach development in Bristol…’ Property Week, 7th November 2014. View full article here:


TELEGRAPH PROPERTY, RETIREMENT SPECIAL

Featured in 20 ways to become a property millionaire. The new pension rules will give many retirees a hefty lump sum to invest. Finzels Reach is featured as an investment opportunity. Telegraph, Saturday 8th November 2014. View full article here:


FR NEWS BULLETIN AUTUMN 2014

Keeping you up to date with news from Finzels Reach… Date published: 13th October 2014. View full Finzels Reach News Bulletin here:


FINZELS BRIDGE IN THE INDEPENDENT

‘Bridges have the capacity to make life better. “Good bridge design improves peoples’ lives,” says bridge designer Martin Knight, “…and, unlike most buildings, the formal life of most bridges is 120 years.”‘ The Independent, 13th August 2014. View the full article here: