Grantside moves into Bonding Warehouse
12:51pm Thursday 5th June 2014 in Business news
YORK developer Grantside has relocated its head office to the firm’s own Bonding Warehouse development.
The company, led by managing director Steve Davis, has recently completed the renovation of the historic former customs warehouse, creating 11,700 sq ft of offices and four penthouse apartments.
The scheme includes York’s first £1 million apartment, which was sold off plan.
The move will see Grantside relocate from Station Business Park in Holgate to 2,500 sq ft of offices on the ground floor of the listed Victorian warehouse.
Established in 1993, Grantside has a portfolio of current projects alongside the Bonding Warehouse work including obtaining planning permission for the Chocolate Factory former Terry’s site in York, and delivery of one million sq ft of offices in the North East.
Mr Davis said: "We are so proud of the Bonding Warehouse development and we couldn’t think of a better home for our business.
"As well as being a unique historic building in the centre of York, we will have great views of York and some truly inspiring architecture around us every day.
“We’re a York company, and to be based in the heart of the city is really important. Now, whenever we hold meetings here visitors can see exactly the quality of commercial and residential developments we deliver."
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