David Rowthorn, Palmer Fry Freelance
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11 February 2000
The office market in south Hampshire has enjoyed steady, rather than dramatic, take-up over the last year. Supply in Southampton has continued to diminish with lettings agreed on three remaining buildings: Kyle Stewart’s 1,900 sq m (20,600 sq ft) Arcadia House; City Estates’ 2,000 sq m (21,700 sq ft) Briton House, and 700 sq m (7,500 sq ft) at Grosvenor Waterside’s Waterside House.Total availability in the city ce
4 June 1999
The Southampton office market did not have its finest year in 1998.In contrast to 1997, which saw the largest city centre take-up for some years, the year started at a modest pace before becoming positively sluggish.It is true that the total available floor space continued to decline and of a total stock of about 371,610 sq m (4m sq ft), supply currently stands at approximately 32,520 sq m (350,000 sq ft) which is around 10% less than last year.Total take-up in the city centr