84 Salop Street is a landmark detached office building situated prominently within its own site in the heart of Wolverhampton City Centre. The offices comprise 6 storeys of modern open plan space arranged over ground and five upper floors, together with a basement plant room.
The property benefits from the following specification:
• Feature Ground Floor Reception Area.
• 2 x Automatic passenger lifts.
• VRV Air handling system.
• Suspended ceilings incorporating recessed LED lighting.
• Kitchen/break-out areas on each floor.
• Staff Cafeteria.
• Male & Female WC’s on each floor.
• Private onsite & offsite parking.
• EPC rating of C64.
84 Salop Street has an EPC rating of C-64. The Energy Performance Certificate is available to view upon request.
The private onsite car park provides capacity for 32 spaces. In addition there are also a further 58 spaces reserved for the exclusive use of the building’s occupants. These additional spaces are located at a separate site within short walking distance of the building approx 240m to the south west.
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The building benefi ts from frontage onto the Ring Road St. Mark’s (A4150) at its junction with Salop Street, on the fringe of both the city’s professional quarter and main retail/leisure district.
The City of Wolverhampton hosts a population in the order of 250,000 (2011 census) and boasts one of the largest Universities in the UK. Geographically the city is approximately 15 miles north-west of Birmingham, 7 miles east of Walsall and 18 miles south east of Telford. It benefi ts from excellent road communications with easy access to the M6, M5,and M54 motorways.
Junction 10 of the M6 is approximately 5 miles east of Wolverhampton, Junctions 1 and 2 of the M54 are about 5 miles and 4 miles north respectively and Junction 2 of the M5 motorway is 9 miles south of the City. Birmingham Airport is approximately 20 miles south east of Wolverhampton and the East Midlands airport is approximately 40 miles northeast. Wolverhampton has a mainline rail station with frequent service to London Euston via Birmingham, Birmingham International, and Coventry. The City also has a direct metro link to Birmingham City Centre and benefi ts from a regular bus service.