A successful launch event for the Nexus Building at Harlow Science Park

Yesterday, Thursday 23rd January, saw the launch of the Nexus building, the newest addition to the campus at Harlow Science Park.

The soon-to-be completed development will be available this quarter and will be the region’s new premier office space focusing on flexible, collaborative working. The forward thinking development is creating a progressive sci-tech community as part of the wider Harlow Enterprize Zone, encouraging interaction between like-minded professionals, service providers and consultants. Nexus, with its cutting edge office space, combined with lush green surroundings and an easy commute, will make it a rewarding and highly convenient place to work. Workers at Nexus will also have access to an on-site cafe and, in the coming months, a gym and a nursery.

The Nexus building spans across 3 floors; the first offering 9,600 sq ft and the second and third 10,000 sq ft of open plan, Grade A office space. Each floor features full height glazing, recessed LED lighting and VRF cooling and heating systems. The building sits adjacent to the Arise Innovation Centre, which is also shortly due to complete and will be working with highly-innovative companies from a broad range of sectors.

If you are interested in the office space at Nexus, you can see more information in the brochure here, or speak to Max Bryan / Rory Banks (Bidwells), Simon Beeton (Darrick Wade Waters), Neal Matthews / Chris Wade (Strettons).

If you would like to read more about Harlow Science Park, the joint development by Wrenbridge & Vinci Developments in partnership with Harlow Enterprise Zone, which will bring 27 acres of Grade A opportunities totalling 401,650 sq ft to the London-Stansted-Cambridge corridor, see the Hello Harlow website here.