Riduna Park, the six-acre business park in Melton, now has just two units remaining in its third and final development phase.
The site, which is also home to East Suffolk Council’s headquarters, has remained a popular commercial location for growing East Anglian companies since building work began in 2015.
Phase three of construction was launched last Autumn, and now the site’s landlords can confirm that they have started 2020 with seven of their nine contemporary units reserved.
Offices vary in size from 1,250 sq ft to two-storey 7,500 sq ft options and are equipped with intuitive heating, wooden flooring, shower rooms and car parking allocation.
Businesses who have so far reserved their space in the third phase include those in healthcare, technology and public sector services.
Katie Emerson, Project Manager for Riduna Holdings, which owns the site, said: “We are delighted to be starting the year with seven of our nine units now reserved.
“From the outset, our offering has proved really attractive to Suffolk businesses, and we’re very much looking forward to welcoming the new residents later this year.”
The site already houses 17 companies, and the park has been carefully designed to create open green spaces, and areas encouraging wildlife in their natural habitat.
Mrs Emerson added: “We are very grateful to our contractors, Mixbrow, for getting Phase 3 underway so swiftly, and for really understanding and translating the needs of our potential tenants.
“With just two spaces available, we, of course, welcome enquiries from any further business owners who would wish to be part of our community.”