Work to deliver a multi-million GBP refurbishment of a historic Sheffield city centre office building has completed, providing much needed grade A accommodation to feed demand.

Steel City House, a striking Art-Deco building on West Street, close to the City Hall, counts British Business Bank and most recently BRM Solicitors as tenants and is witnessing high levels of interest in the remaining space.

The property, which is being marketed by the Sheffield offices of Knight Frank, provides 55,000 sq ft of high specification offices within the city.

Peter Whiteley, partner and head of Knight Frank’s Sheffield office, said: “The recent announcement of BRM Solicitors taking 4,500 sq ft on floor three at Steel City House is likely to be the first of such lettings announced for 2018 as the levels of interest in the property are high.

“The recently completed refurbishment of Steel City House has created some of the most desirable accommodation in the centre of Sheffield.

“Steel City House is a unique, historic property with a striking facade fashioned in the Art-Deco style and because of this and the superb refurbishment by Scotts Developments, delivers a truly individual environment for office occupiers.”

The sympathetic refurbishment of Steel City House has created a modern glazed roof top extension with external terrace with panoramic views across the city, the installation of new lifts, manned reception and the creation of a central atrium with elevated walkways.

The flexible open plan office floors benefit from raised access floors, comfort cooling and LED lighting and the building further benefits from secure on site cycle parking and ladies and gents shower facilities.

The remaining space at Steel City House is split across four floors and is available in floorplates of approximately 3,000 sq ft to 10,000 sq ft.