Health Board takes over Tesco House in record Cardiff office deal

Tesco House Cardiff

Oval Real Estate has sold the 85,000 sq ft former Tesco House office building to Cardiff and Vale University Local Health Board in the biggest single occupier deal in the region this year.

The office building on Maes-y-Coed Road in the Llanishen area of Cardiff was sold vacant after Tesco announced it was closing its regional administrative centre to consolidate into one national site in Dundee. The 3.25 acre site was closed by Tesco in March after more than 25 years occupation.

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