Coffee Nest Ltd has acquired a 9,441 sq ft industrial unit at Stockport’s S:Park after completing an £820,000 deal.
The firm, which has taken Unit 15 at Chancerygate’s development, will join fellow occupiers including Chinese electrics firm CHINT, Jaguar Land Rover and Big Yellow Self Storage.
Following the sale, just one 9,323 sq ft unit remains available at the site, which is adjacent to the M60.
Andrew Lyn, director of industrial and logistics at JLL, which is joint agent for S:Park alongside Davies Harrison, says: “Well designed schemes in the North West are benefiting from the significant demand from native and new occupiers to the region looking to connect to the region’s well-established logistics industry.”
Mike Walker of Chancerygate adds: “We have strong interest in the remaining unit and expect to announce a sale shortly. This success further reinforces our commitment to speculative development.”