Charter Building fills up
by Natalie Vincent Wed 11 July 2018, 11:50 am
Italian coffee brand Lavazza is among a number of firms leasing new and additional working space at Landid and Brockton Capital's joint venture office development in Uxbridge.
Lavazza's new UK headquarters, which has also brought an outlet bar into the atrium of the 22297sq m Charter Building, is set over 790sq m, with views and a terrace on the fourth floor.
Global tech firm TraceLink, which provides a digital platform for pharmaceutical businesses to track and trace products throughout their supply chain, has increased the size of its available workspace from 790sq m to take an additional 550sq m on the ground floor.
Uxbridge-based tech startup Jazz Networks, which uses artificial intelligence and machine learning to provide data security solutions, is also increasing its space in the building to 697sq m after initially leasing 418sq m in 2017.
Dutch-based flexible workspace provider Spaces took occupancy of 1858sq m on the ground floor, offering short-term offices for a community of start-ups, small and micro businesses and larger businesses, while Biotech group Regeneron recently relocated from nearby Stockley Park to take 1,208sq m of office space.
Chris Hiatt, director at Landid, said: "We're thrilled to welcome Lavazza to The Charter Building. Adding the UK headquarters to the building's growing business community, along with the Lavazza coffee bar, will create even more of a buzz in the building and is a real boost for Uxbridge town centre. This is a thriving place to do business and we look forward to more local, national and international businesses making Uxbridge their home."