Black Country-based property investor Bond Wolfe has announced a string of deals and is predicting a strong final quarter.
Bond Wolfe’s most recent lettings have seen two further organisations sign up to West Plaza in West Bromwich, the location of BW’s headquarters.
Synapse Learning has taken the 9,000 sq ft second floor on a rental of £105,000 per annum while Dimensions, a national charity for people with learning disabilities, has agreed a three-year £15,000 a year lease for space on the 10th floor, marking the final letting of the 94,000 sq ft complex.
“This further demonstrates Bond Wolfe’s ability to transact deals in a challenging economic climate,” said James Mattin, managing partner.
Dimensions and Synapse Learning join existing occupiers Sandwell Community Caring Trust, Premier Travel Inns and private landlord Evenbrook.
Meanwhile Latitude, a Birmingham city centre retail investment property owned by Real Estate Investors, in which Bond Wolfe is a major shareholder, saw its latest tenant move into the mixed use development. 88 Lettings, a specialist residential investment operator, has signed a 15-year lease, and become the sixth occupier, on a £18,000 per annum deal, equating to £23.70 per square foot. Only two units remain.
Also, Bond Wolfe’s successful agency department has been instructed to market office and retail space in refurbished office block, Kingston House, on West Bromwich High Street.
And Bond Wolfe’s commercial agency department remains on track for a record year following its busiest-ever August.
Mr Mattin said: “Traditionally, the peak holiday time in the property industry, we enjoyed a fantastic month of completed deals, including the letting of 15,000 sq ft of space locally.
“Last year’s success has already been surpassed with more than 30,000 sq ft of lettings taking place, whilst a further 20,000 sq ft has been placed in solicitors’ hands. It has been a busy run, setting Bond Wolfe up for a fantastic last quarter.”