Wapping Wharf will soon be home to CARGO Work, a stand-out, unique Grade A workspace that will form part of Wapping Wharf's much-loved community.
With space for up to 230 people across 20,270 sq ft of space, the striking new CARGO Work building will be set within the stone walls of the disused J S Fry warehouse, which were formerly part of the old Bristol Gaol.
Offering stylish, contemporary new offices, CARGO Work will reflect its industrial dockside setting with its design in keeping with CARGO, the highly popular shipping container concept that houses many of the independent businesses at Wapping Wharf. Sustainably clad in upcycled shipping container components, CARGO Work will feature a glazed courtyard canopy, balconies and terraces to all floors with views across southern Bristol.
CARGO Work has been designed to be highly sustainable and low in energy use. Brise soleils prevent heat gain inside the building and photovoltaic roof panels take advantage of the building's sunny position to create solar energy. It will include 47 secure bicycle racks and 7 parking spaces, as well as EV charging provision.
Enquiries should be made to joint agents on the scheme, Carter Jonas and Lambourn Commercial. Andrew Hardwick of Carter Jonas can be contacted by calling 0117 922 1222, or emailing email@example.com, and Damian Lambourn of Lambourn Commercial can be contacted by calling 07796 953360 or by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
For further details, please visit www.cargowork.co.uk