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Pryers Solicitors LLP has expanded within Evans Property Group’s Quartz Point, Grade A office building in the heart of York, signalling full occupation of the acclaimed development.

The legal firm, which already occupies space on the ground floor at Quartz Point, has signed a new 10-year lease for an additional 2,500 sq ft on the second floor, taking its total space within the building to 7,514 sq ft. Property agents on Quartz Point are Flanagan James and Laurence Hannah and Pryers Solicitors was unrepresented.

The popular 11,546 sq ft office building is located on The Stonebow, close to Parliament Street and immediately opposite the Hungate area of York where a £150m residential and leisure quarter is being developed in partnership with Evans Property Group.

In addition to Pryers Solicitors, Quartz Point is home to high-profile tenant Mott MacDonald.

Tom Best, Property Manager at Evans Property Group, said: “Quartz Point has been welcomed into the York office market and has attracted occupiers seeking Grade A office space in the traditional heart of the city, where supply is severely limited. There is a host of development underway within the Hungate area making it a vibrant place to live and do businesses and we are pleased to have facilitated the expansion of Pryers Solicitors within the building.”

Ian Pryer, Partner, Pryers Solicitors LLP commented: “We are delighted to take up this opportunity of additional office space in this increasingly buoyant part of York. With the backing of our new owners, The Pure Group, Pryers continues to go from strength to strength.”

Richard Flanagan at Flanagan James added; “Grade A office space in this sought-after area of the city is in short supply and the fact that Quartz Point is now fully let to a high profile tenant line-up, signifies the success of the building.”

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