Converted former lace mill that made WWII camouflage is sold

Converted former lace mill that made WWII camouflage is sold
 

A former lace mill that made camouflage netting during the Second World War is one of two prime office space blocks measuring almost 44,000 sq ft sold by a commercial property agency.
Provident Works, a five-storey Victorian mill building in Newdigate Street, was converted into modern multi-let offices about a decade ago.
NG Chartered Surveyors, in West Bridgford, has sold the 17,825 sq ft site along with a 25,830 sq ft space at New Brook House on behalf of regeneration agency Nottingham Regeneration Limited (NRL) to an unnamed investor.
New Brook House, in Alfreton Road, is a three-storey... read more

 
17 October 2016 in Regional East, Views: 37
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