Bridge Properties Buys Dominion House

| Helen Hallsworth

Bridge Properties is continuing to grow its investment portfolio with the acquisition of Dominion House in Birchwood.

The company has drawn up plans for the building that aim to replicate the success achieved at Eden Point in Cheadle.

Incognito has been retained to design the fit-out of Dominion House, which comprises 41,000 sq ft over three floors, and will be available to let later this year in suites from 3,500 sq ft upwards.

Mark Canning, director at Canning O’Neill, who advised Bridge on the acquisition of Dominion House, said: “There is a lack of high-quality, inspirational office accommodation available to let in the Birchwood area and Bridge intends to take the Eden Point concept one step further by adding roof terraces and a bar, in addition to top quality café, outside break out space and hotel quality common areas.”

Paul McCann from Bridge Properties added: “As occupiers are now returning to their offices, the general consensus is that occupiers are looking for higher quality space than before the pandemic.

“Eden Point has become an excellent blueprint for this type of office model, and we look forward to replicating this at Dominion”

Carrick Real Estate and Savills acted on the sale of Canute Court. JLL and Savills were joint agents acting for Aegon Asset Management on the sale of Dominion House.