66 Queen Square BRISTOL
66 Queen Square BRISTOL
A development by
Titan Investors is a real estate investment company that specialises in the development of high quality commercial property assets designed for institutional occupiers and investors.
LOCATION Located in the heart of the city, 66 Queen Square has unrivalled access to all city centre amenities and is only a short walking distance to Bristol Temple Meads railway station.
Queen Square Concerts
Prince Street NCP
Bristol Old Vic Theatre
Access to M32 (M4 & M5)
Arnolfini Art Gallery
Hotel Du Vin
Temple Meads Station
A UNIQUE OPPORTUNITY 66 Queen Square is an exceptionally rare opportunity to occupy a new corporate headquarters situated in Bristolâ€™s most prestigious location. Island sites are particularly coveted opportunities as they offer excellent natural light to all floors, while maximising security and prestige for the occupier.
HISTORY OF QUEEN SQUARE Queen Square is the largest Georgian square outside of London and is the finest civic space in Bristol. Originally developed in the early eighteenth century, Queen Square was the first major garden square to be built outside London. It remains one of the largest Georgian squares in Europe and has been awarded a Grade I listed status from English Heritage.
QUEEN SQUARE TODAY Following a ÂŁ5million restoration project undertaken to coincide with the new Millenium, Queen Square today provides a vibrant oasis to all occupiers who work and live in Bristol city centre. Surrounded by waterside restaurants and cafes, Queen Square hosts a range of cultural events which make full use of this outstanding open space, providing one of the finest office locations in the whole of the United Kingdom.
HIGHEST QUALITY DESIGN The finest location demands excellence in both design and specification. The external treatment of 66 Queen Square respects the important historical contexts of both Queen Square and King Street, whilst also achieving expansive open floorplates and the highest technical standards currently demanded by corporate occupiers. The contemporary western elevation facing Thunderbolt Square will be clad in reclaimed bath stone to sensitively complement the listed Georgian terrace that faces south over Queen Square.
The listed terrace has been carefully integrated within this 60,000 ft2 Grade A office scheme to provide sophisticated and elegant meeting room accommodation with south facing views across the square.
GEORGIAN ELEGANCE The four principal floors will each feature formal meeting rooms with impressive south-facing views across Queen Square. The Georgian terrace will be extensively refurbished to retain historical ornate plasterwork and joinery, but will also feature full comfort cooling and the appropriate technical specifications for highest quality Grade A office accommodation. This will create some of the most prestigious meeting room accommodation so far seen in the Bristol office market, which may alternatively be configured as directorsâ€™ suites. Immediately outside the formal meeting rooms will be informal meeting or breakout spaces, which in turn will lead onto a dramatic atrium with contemporary glazed link bridges onto the open-plan floorplates. This will provide a seamless transition between old and new and create a stunning architectural centrepiece.
ARCHITECTURAL CENTREPIECES Occupiers and their guests will approach the building across a high quality traffic-free public space, and the impressive double height reception will provide a commanding frontage onto Queen Square. The reception desk will be situated opposite the glazed entrance doors with a waiting area alongside the passenger lifts. Views into the dramatic central atrium will be gained upon entering the passenger lifts, while the lifts will exit on all floors to present expansive south facing views across Queen Square. Fully glazed walling will maximise natural light within the reception area, while the choice of materials will be a sophisticated combination of contemporary finsihes and traditional bath stone.
AREA SCHEDULE OFFICE AREAS
FOURTH FLOOR TOTAL
Figures shown above represent approximate net internal floor areas.
EXPANSIVE OPEN FLOORPLATES Each principal floor will benefit from an expansive open flooplate exceeding 10,000 ft2 with outstanding natural light provision and prestigious views in every direction. A 9 metre x 9 metre structural grid will incorporate rectangular columns fully concealed within the exterior walls, creating flush internal faces to all elevations. There will be only five internal columns on each floorplate, with no column situated within nine metres of an external wall. The top floor will have the finest views across Queen Square and Thunderbolt Square and may be presented either as conventional desked accommodation or as an outstanding meeting and entertaining space that will be unrivalled within Bristol city centre.
BELOW GROUND FLOOR 12 car parking spaces
GROUND FLOOR 13,961 ft2 (1,297 m2)
FIRST FLOOR 13,875 ft2 (1,289 m2)
SECOND FLOOR 15,210 ft2 (1,413 m2)
THIRD FLOOR 13,692 ft2 (1,272 m2)
FOURTH FLOOR 3,229 ft2 (300 m2)
SPECIFICATION • Prominent double height reception fronting Queen Square • High quality design incorporating the prestigious Grade II listed Queen Anne House • Energy efficient VRF air conditioning system • Suspended ceilings with LG7 compliant intelligent lighting • Fully accessible raised floor with minimum 110mm void • Two 13-person passenger lifts to all floors opening south with views across Queen Square • Full Disability Discrimination Act compliance • Secure basement car parking (12 spaces) accessed by a car lift 21
• Secure basement bicycle storage (40 spaces) with changing and shower facilities • BREEAM ‘very good’ with the potential to achieve ‘excellent’ • Additional energy saving measures including roof-top photo voltaic panels
The detailed architectural specification is available to download at www.66queensquare.com
SPACE PLANNING The accommodation can be presented in a range of different configurations to suit occupiersâ€™ individual requirements, from conventional cellular accommodation to completely open plan. This example shows the second floor configured to provide a mixture of open plan, breakout and meeting rooms which would accommodate circa 140 permanent employees at a density of 1 person per 10 sqm.
CORPORATE OPEN PLAN 2nd floor NIA â€“ 14,370 ft2 * 136 workstations and 4 hot-desking stations Reception, informal break-out and meeting space 3 cellular offices and 6 meeting rooms Occupancy ratio: 1:10 m2 *Excludes 72 and 73 Queen Square
BRISTOL CITY CENTRE M32 M4 / M5 Cabot Circus Shopping Centre
University of Bristol
66 Queen Square Temple Meads
66 Queen Square, Bristol, BS1 4JP
Simon Price 0117 317 1084 firstname.lastname@example.org
PROPERTY MISDESCRIPTIONS ACT 1991 The particulars contained in this brochure are believed to be correct but cannot be guaranteed. Computer generated images are representative of the proposed quality of the final finishes and should be used as a guide only. All liability and negligence or otherwise for any loss arising from the use of the particulars hereby is excluded. The accommodation is offered subject to contract and unless otherwise stated all rents are quoted exclusive of VAT. All distances are approximate. February 2012.