Newport is Wales’ 3rd largest city with a population of about 150,000 & a catchment area of over 300,000.It is the home of the University of Newport which became the University of South Wales following a merger in 2016, with a newly built campus on the riverfront. Subsequently, the 400,000ft Friars Walk retail & leisure development & the redevelopment of the bus & rail stations has helped to regenerate the city centre. Newport was home to the Ryder Cup in 2010 at the Celtic Manor Resort & the NATO Summit in 2014.
Admiral House was purpose -built for Admiral Insurance in 2014 as part of the regeneration of the Station Quarter. It comprises a landmark building of 80,000 sq ft on 7 floors in a prime location opposite the recently redeveloped railway station.
- 12,883- 51,532ft
- Raised floors
- 4 pipe fancoil air conditioning
- BREEAM very good
- EPC ‘B’ rating
- 4 13 pp (1000kg) passenger lifts
- Central atrium
- Double height reception
- Ground floor restaurant/coffee shop
- Basement car parking for 230 cars(1:362ft)
- Secure bike storage & Shower facilities
- Breakout areas