Lexmark, which develops and manufactures printing and imaging products for businesses, acquired software company Brainware in 2012 with the company now part of Lexmark’s Perceptive Software division.
Following the corporate acquisition, the business needed to relocate to better quality office accommodation to allow for expansion that was in line with the firm’s forward thinking ethos and is now set to relocate to a 2,000sqft self-contained ground floor suite at 110 Nottingham Road in Chilwell – a purpose built office which had recently been extensively refurbished by landlord’s McCann.
Craig Straw, director at Innes England’s Nottingham office, said: “Following the acquisition of 110 Nottingham Road last year new owners McCann decided to speculatively refurbish the office in recognition of the lack of supply of good quality office accommodation. Their investment has paid dividends with the securing of a blue chip corporate occupier shortly after the refurbishment works were completed. The deal also reflects the attraction of well-presented office accommodation outside of the Workplace
Nottingham Road, Chilwell, is an established office location serving both national and local occupiers including First Response Finance, JHP Group and Evo Energy.