Success reflects demand for industrial space in north Bristol
Unit 4 is the last remaining unit on Apollo Park, which extends to 3,555 sq ft, and is available for immediate occupation. The property has been fitted with offices and a kitchenette to first floor level, and a WC within the warehouse on the ground floor.
The 6.5-acre Apollo Park estate was built by leading industrial developer Chancerygate as one of Bristol's first speculative industrial schemes without confirmed end users in over a decade. It was originally brought to the market by Colliers International and JLL. The final few units were sold last year to a private investor, and Colliers International was then retained as letting agent alongside RAE Commercial.
Tom Watkins, associate director in the Industrial & Logistics team in the Bristol office of Colliers International, said: "The success of Apollo Park has shown Chancerygate judged the market correctly when they decided to build speculatively.
"Well-located modern industrial space is in short supply in north Bristol, and Apollo Park has met the requirements of a variety of businesses for high-quality units. The lack of supply but consistent demand is reflected by the level of interest we have received in the final unit on the Park."