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Historic Marble Hall building reports 55% occupancy less than four months after opening

Less than four months after opening, the iconic Marble Hall managed workspace scheme has reached 55% occupancy, with a further 8% under negotiation and more new tenants set to be announced in the coming weeks.

The grade-two listed former Rolls-Royce building on Nightingale Road has been the subject of a major £4m refurbishment to transform it into a community hub, with a vibrant managed workspace facility and a range of complementary facilities that are in high demand from the local community.

The building in Osmaston opened its doors to tenants just under four months ago and has already attracted a diverse range of tenants – from new start-ups to established and developing businesses.

Speaking of the success of the scheme to date, Councillor Ranjit Banwait, Leader of Derby City Council, said:

“To achieve 55% occupancy, with a further 8% under negotiation, within four months of opening is a fantastic achievement and is testament to the fantastic refurbishment work and the vision shown by the regeneration team at Derby City Council to create a facility, which will provide the community with much-needed facilities.

“The scheme is already bringing significant investment to the area, which is good news for everyone.”