Office to rentRegency Court, Worcester Street, Gloucester
£16,118 pcm (£118.4 per sq. m.)
102–1,633 sq. m.
- 1,099 sq ft (102 sq m)
- Extensively Refurbished Office Building
- Central Gloucester
- Available in whole or in part
- Lift to all floors
- Air Conditioning
- Allocated Parking
To let. City centre offices on flexible terms. Regency Court is a recently refurbished high quality office building in Central Gloucester providing accommodation up to 17,156 sq ft. The accommodation is available as a whole or in part and benefits from Raised Floors, Air Conditioning, Lift to All Floors and allocated Car Parking.
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