RO Real Estate is delighted to announce that construction at the Helix Trade Park, a new development at Solstice Park in Amesbury, has now been completed.
The Park is already 50% let to a variety of trade counter operators including Toolstation, Easy Bathrooms, and Motor Parts Direct.
They join a large number of national occupiers on the greater Solstice Park including Screwfix, Howdens, Storage King, KFC, McDonalds, Co-op, Greggs, Harvester, Costa Coffee, Pizza Hut, Toby Carvery, Holiday Inn, Home Bargains, and Muller Wiseman.
Six units at Helix Trade Park remain available, ranging in size from 3,192 to 3,420 sq. ft. These units can be combined to offer 6,411; 6,830; 10,245 or 13,665 sq. ft. in size. The units are of steel frame construction and each unit has a seven metre eaves height, 37.SkN/m2 of floor capacity, reserved parking bays with electric vehicle charging points, and capacity for a mezzanine floor.
The letting agents are LSH and Myddelton & Major.
David Kershaw, Group Real Estate Director, the RO commented:
"We are very pleased to have completed this project on the A303 in Amesbury, a rapidly growing regional business hub. We were also delighted to have secured tenants at Helix Trade Park before we had even completed, having welcomed Too/station as early as February this year. Solstice Park has become a thriving centre for business over the years and alongside the national cohort of occupiers we look forward to welcoming others at Helix in the months ahead."