Commercial property firm Vail Williams has secured a hat-trick of deals in Birmingham totalling nearly 40,000 sq ft.
The biggest of the three deals was the sale of 34,560 sq ft of industrial/warehouse premises at 65 Cheston Road, Aston, to new owner-occupier ABC Racking.
The building, which also contains offices, lies within a well-connected 2.4-acre site a mile from Birmingham city centre and just half a mile from the A38 (M) Aston Expressway.
The second deal was the freehold investment sale of a three-storey office block at 22 Frederick Street – known as York House – in the Jewellery Quarter. The 3,651 square feet included space on the ground let to Royal Bank of Scotland, and vacant first floor and second floor let to a well-established marketing firm.
The hat-trick agreement was the letting of 1,717 square feet of office space in Neville House, Waterloo Street, in prime position in the heart of Birmingham.
Steven Bott, Vail Williams senior surveyor, said: “As the economy strengthens, businesses are increasingly looking to expand and move up the commercial property ladder to better quality locations. We have the expertise and local knowledge and experience to help clients make the best choice and get the best deal.”