A PRESTIGIOUS HEADQUARTERS BUILDING

St John’s Innovation Park, Cambridge CB4 0DS
from 6,962 sq ft (647 sq m) – 65,130 sq ft (6,051 sq m), Grade A Office TO LET

St John’s Innovation Park, Cambridge CB4 0DS
from 6,962 sq ft (647 sq m) – 65,130 sq ft (6,051 sq m), Grade A Office TO LET

The Maurice Wilkes Building offers up to 65,130 sq ft of prestigious Grade ‘A’ office accommodation arranged over five floors, plus an impressive reception and roof terrace measuring 2,077 sq ft.

Clean lines and a contemporary mix of materials ensures a distinctive and stylish headquarters building which sets new standards in the Cambridge market.

The Park

The St John’s Innovation Park sits opposite Cambridge Science Park on one of the main routes into the City of Cambridge. The Maurice Wilkes Building is located on the southern end of the park, and will hold a commanding positon on this popular route into the city.

The park occupies a prime position in the Northern Cluster of Cambridge made world famous by the hugely successful businesses that have been born out of this part of Cambridge. These include Cambridge Silicon Radio, Abcam, Xaar and Autonomy.

As well as housing the Innovation Centre the park is occupied by well-known businesses such as Samsung, Terraview and Darktrace.

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A PRESTIGIOUS CAMBRIDGE LOCATION

Located at the very centre of the North Cambridge Research and Development Cluster, The Maurice Wilkes Building is possibly the most significant Headquarters opportunity in Cambridge and is the gateway to St John’s Innovation Park.

Consisting of St John’s Innovation Park, Cambridge Science Park and Cambridge Business Park, the northern aspect of the cluster is the most established and well connected. Connections will be further improved in 2017 with the arrival of the new railway station and extended guided busway serving the cluster.

Cambridge’s northern cluster is home to a range of well known, cutting edge and prestigious R&D, technology and life science companies. A handful of those occupiers include Samsung, Qualcomm, Napp Pharmaceuticals, AstraZeneca, Citrix, Takeda, Amgen, Hewlett Packard and Toshiba.

Amenities

The Maurice Wilkes Building includes a wide range of amenities at St John’s Innovation Park that offer those on the site a greater work life balance. These include:

  • Bistro
  • 24 hour manned security
  • Fully landscaped grounds
  • New station under construction opening 2017
  • Cambridge Park and Ride
  • On site Park management
  • Covered cycle parking
  • On site parking

Site Plan

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Accommodation

The prestigious building offers the very best accommodation for knowledge-based and high-growth businesses with contemporary styling suitable to a range of occupiers.

SCHEDULE OF ACCOMMODATION

sq m sq ft
Reception area 99 1,065
Ground Floor (West Wing) 647 6,962
Ground Floor (East Wing) 692 7,452
First Floor 1,447 15,580
Second Floor 1,518 16,335
Third Floor (LET) 1,518 16,335
Fourth Floor (LET) 130 1,401
Total 6,051 65,130
Fourth Floor Terrace Area (LET) 193 2,077

Specification

 

  • Office finished floor-to-ceiling height 2,800mm
  • Suspended ceiling void 650mm with recessed LG7 lighting throughout office areas
  • Raised floor height 150mm (clear void 100mm)
  • BREEAM “Very Good” Accreditation targeted
  • EPC A Rating targeted
  • High specification finishes
  • Open plan flexible floor space
  • Double-height entrance in reception area
  • Four-pipe fan coil air conditioning
  • Three passenger lifts
  • Provision of 193 secure parking spaces
  • Male, female and disabled toilets at each level
  • Separate male, female and disabled shower facilities at ground floor
  • Cycle storage

 

Floor Plans

Ground Floor

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First Floor

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Second and Third Floor

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Fourth Floor

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Location

The Maurice Wilkes Building is located north-east of Cambridge city centre. It is close to the A14 dual carriageway, with excellent road communications via the A14, M11 and A1.

Stansted Airport is approximately 30 minutes drive via the M11. Cambridge is 48 minutes by rail service to London’s King’s Cross. Marshalls Airport operates flights to and from a number of European destinations.

There is easy access to the guided busway and a new railway station, due to open in 2017, is situated in close proximity to the Innovation Park.

By Road Miles
New Station 0.7
M11 Junction 3.5
Cambridge City Centre 3.5
Cambridge Railway Station 4
London Stansted Airport 32
London 67
By Rail Minutes
London Stansted Airport 30
London King’s Cross 48
London Liverpool Street 70

Contact

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Rob Sadler

rsadler@savills.com
01223 347 209

William Clarke

wclarke@savills.com
01223 347 294

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Will Mooney

will.mooney@carterjonas.co.uk
01223 558 032

George Fellowes

george.fellowes@carterjonas.co.uk
01223 346 645

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Further Information
Savills and Carter Jonas for themselves and for the lessor of this property whose agents they give notice: these particulars do not constitute any part of an offer or contract. All statements contained in these particulars as to this property are made without the responsibility of Savills or Carter Jonas or the lessor. None of the statements contained in these particulars as to this property are to be relied on as statements or representations of the fact. Any intending lessee must satisfy itself by inspection or otherwise as to the accuracy of each of the statements contained in these particulars. The lessor does not make or give neither Savills or Carter Jonas, nor any persons in their employment any authority to make, or give any representation or warranty whatsoever in relation to this property. April 2016.

Sir Maurice Vincent Wilkes

FRS, FREng, DFBCS 1913–2010

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A British, Cambridge-based computer scientist credited with several milestone developments in computer technology. Amongst other achievements, he led the University of Cambridge team that built the world’s first operational stored programme computer. The Emeritus Professor of Computer Technology had spent thirty-four years as Head of the Computer Laboratory (formerly the Mathematical Laboratory) and was a Fellow of St John’s College, Cambridge, where he had studied Mathematics and Experimental Physics as a student in the 1930s.

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