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Flude Property Consultants complete Brighton’s biggest office letting of the year so far

Wednesday, 11 August 2021

Flude Property Consultants complete Brighton’s biggest office letting of the year so far

PAI members Flude Property Consultants (FPC) are delighted to announce the letting of approximately 8,500 sq ft of newly created prime office space at Moore House in central Brighton; which FPC believe represents the biggest office letting to complete in the city since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic.

Moore House is a five storey mixed use building comprising restaurant & leisure premises at ground floor, and offices at first through to fifth floor levels. The building occupies a central location on the popular Black Lion Street, which links the seafront to the famous Brighton Lanes.

The subject space comprised a newly created duplex office suite located over the top two floors of the building, with floor to ceiling windows offering panoramic city & coastal views, opening onto a large roof terrace. The floors were fitted to a Cat A specification providing high quality workspace in a prime location. 

FPC director, Ed Deslandes, commented, “We are really pleased to get this deal over the line on behalf of our clients DTZi / Glasgow City Council and almost back to back with completion of the build out. This deal was conceived at a time when the market was still very uncertain, and with very few occupiers willing or able to commit to the take up of what is a sizeable chunk of office space. We wish the new tenants all the very best in their new office, albeit we remain a bit jealous of the roof terrace & views they are set to enjoy”.