Confidence in Cardiff’s Eastgate House grows

December 4, 2018 by  

Eastgate House, a large office building in Cardiff, has been transformed recently giving it a new lease of life and a bright future.

An investment of £2 million has altered what the accommodation has to offer tenants. Maya Capital, a real estate business, is behind the initiative. Printing services can be used to help build awareness of new and redeveloped ventures.

The work took a year to finish as the building has 14 levels. Located on Newport Road, Eastgate House has attracted extra interest because of the refurbishment. The upgrade paid attention to the interior and the exterior of the office block. Communal areas and windows both gained from the redevelopment.

Maya Capital’s David Pralong told Wales Online:

“The lease renewals signed by our current tenants are a testament to the attractiveness of this centrally located prime office space and a demonstration of the value we add to sites.”

A mixture of tenants occupy the building at the moment. Cardiff University and the Education Workforce Council are taking up some of the space. The latter is an independent regulator with a Welsh focus. Amenities like a gym and a coffee outlet may help with tenant retention.

CPS Construction was the main contractor involved in the revamp and the firm is located in Bristol. Cardiff-based employees of Jones Hargreaves had a supervisory role.