We are excited to announce that our Boho X office development in Middlesbrough has achieved Practical Completion. Congratulations to the whole team on this incredible achievement, it looks EPIC!

Boho will act as a catalyst for social, economic, and environmental change within the region. It will nurture the freshest up and coming talent and skills within the digital sector and act as a base of for new businesses and industry start-ups.

As an integral part of the wider Boho masterplan BOHO X with 60,000ft2 of grade ‘A’ office space looks to provide a bold frontage to a key site within the Boho zone. A highly legible plan form with a simple programme of spaces respond directly to the clients brief for a flexible and adaptable internal environment to suit new digital opportunities.

The proposed building wraps around a central atrium providing a dramatic arrival into the building, floor plates are designed to be flexible allowing for the subdivision of the space to provide for multiple occupants or a single user. Orientated around an efficient shared central access and service core to all floors, maximising lettable area and optimising service routes to the floor plates.

A ground floor shared café and workspace are proposed to spill out into a new urban orchard providing a high-quality contemporary landscape. The new office block will also boast a gym, studio, lecture theatre, rooftop bar and external terrace contributing to the positive health and well-being of the building occupants; and distinguishing itself as the market leader in modern office space.

“It’s been a pleasure to see this project come together and the exceptional collaboration and commitment from everyone involved. The building looks outstanding, and I look forward to seeing the recognition this project deserves that supports Middlesbrough Council leading the way to becoming a digital and creative city.”

               – David Howells, Galliford Try Senior Project Manager

Photography Credit: Sean Kirkbride

Credit: Sean Kirkbride, jmarchitects Manchester

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