A recently refurbished 55,000 sq ft warehouse at Thorne, Doncaster, is now on the market.
Suited to an industrial, manufacturer or warehouse occupier, the unit at Alpha Court at Capitol Park has been fully refurbished to a high finish, ready for immediate occupation.
The modern two bay industrial / warehouse unit features two storey fitted office accommodation, two ground level and two dock level loading doors, clear internal height of 8m, lighting and heating to the warehouse and production area, a secure yard area and 96 car parking spaces.
Rebecca Schofield, partner at Knight Frank in Sheffield, said: “The unit has been refurbished to provide almost new accommodation with the benefit of fit out to the warehouse and offices.
“We anticipate a very good level of interest largely due to the scarcity of large quality buildings in this excellent sought after location.”
Capitol Park is an established logistics location with occupiers including Howdens, Omega Kitchens and Stoneacre, as well as Aldi and McDonald’s.
It is located adjacent to Junction 6 of the M18, around eight miles North East of Doncaster town centre, 36 miles South East of Leeds and 32 miles North East of Sheffield and is also around nine miles away from Doncaster Sheffield Airport.
Knight Frank, Sheffield and JLL in Leeds are the joint letting agents.
Zach Mehdizadeh, Surveyor at JLL in Leeds, said: “We are very happy with the quality of the refurbishment undertaken.
“Alpha Court not only offers modern high grade accommodation, but also a fantastic opportunity to occupiers seeking easy access to the wider motorway network via the M18.”
According to Business Doncaster, the town’s ever growing logistics sector has an economic output of £930m, employs more than 31,000 people in the Sheffield City Region and is continuing to expand at a fast pace, creating hundreds of additional jobs every year.