Middleton House on the Market

One of Derby City Council’s prime regeneration opportunities has come to market with the city's strategic property advisors, Cushman & Wakefield.

Situated in the heart of the historic Cathedral Quarter, winner of the Great British High Street Award 2017, Middleton House, a former office building, is now available via informal tender for conditional and unconditional offers.

The pending sale of the building was first announced by deputy Chief Executive Christine Durrant at the Marketing Derby's Property Summit in 2016.

The sale of Middleton House is intended to act as a catalyst for the Derby City Centre Masterplan.

According to Cushman and Wakefield, the site is suitable for a variety of uses through conversion and part development, including residential, educational, hotel and offices.

Eleanor Deeley from Cushman and Wakefield commented that “this is a very exciting development in the historic heart of the city and an opportunity to add to the vitality of the strengthening city centre.”

The site comprises of 62,291 sq ft of existing office space on a 1.45 acre site that includes significant parking.

Offers are welcomed with a closing date of 12 noon on 2nd March. Details can be found by clicking here and here.

By putting Middleton House up for sale we are leading by example by bringing dormant and under-used properties into the market to meet business, commercial, social and residential requirements. I am hoping that private land owners will follow our lead which will achieve another element in the city centre regeneration programme.
— Martin Rawson, Deputy Leader