Work on the second office building at Humber Quays is well underway, with
the steelwork frame already creating an impact on the skyline of this £5.5
million six-floor prestigious development.

Two Humber Quays, which is being developed by regeneration specialist
Priority Sites, will be one of the highest specification office developments in
the city, and is expected to accommodate around 250 staff when it opens later
this year.

Already Priority Sites is reporting keen interest among prospective tenants for
the 11 office suites that are available for let – from individual suites of 1,575
sq ft floor space through to the total 35,581 sq ft of space – with secured car
parking spaces available.

Work is on-schedule with building contractor Caddick Construction due to
complete the development in September 2007. The scheme design
incorporates a high level of environmental features to secure a ‘very good’
rating under the building industry’s sustainability benchmark, BREEAM.

John Boanas, Development Director at Priority Sites comments: “Two Humber
Quays will be the premier business address in the city, with spectacular views
across the marina, old town and the Humber.

“It is great to be moving ahead with the construction of this exciting project
that will be an integral part of Hull Citybuild’s plans for boosting the city’s

Andy Sloan, Hull City Council's Cabinet portfolio holder with responsibility for
economy and regeneration issues added: “I've said it once and I'll say it
again, Humber Quays has the true potential to be the downtown waterfront
for Hull. Development momentum is gathering pace in this area,
helping move the city in the right direction to become the rejuvenated capital
of the East Riding."

John Haymes, Development Director at Citybuild, added: “Humber Quays is
now a reality and clear evidence that Hull is harnessing the potential of its
superb waterfront to attract investment and development.

“The steelwork of Two Humber Quays can be seen for several miles around,
sending a clear message that Hull’s new business and international trade
district is rapidly progressing and will soon be a hub of commercial activity.”

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