US software firm agrees deal for space in landmark building

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A US business management software company has agreed a deal for space in Sheffield’s landmark Acero office building.
NASDAQ-listed Mindbody, a leader in business management software, has taken 7,400 sq ft of office space to grow its development team.
The deal represents a significant commitment to the city with the agreement of a seven-year lease with property asset and investment manager APAM.
Mindbody joins current occupiers including Atkins, NOCN, Centara and Spaces in the building, located, on the city’s digital campus, Sheffield DC.
Pete Owen, senior asset manager at APAM, said: “We acquired Acero as our knowledge of the Sheffield market and the quality of the building gave us confidence that we could attract new occupiers.
“We have initiated improvement works to the reception including new external signage and upgrades to the basement amenities.
“This latest letting to Mindbody demonstrates the building’s appeal and, with the remainder of this floor currently under offer, will leave us with only a single floor available.”
The agents for Acero are CPP, Colloco and Knight Frank Sheffield.
Rob Darrington, partner at CPP, added: “This asset was a great match for Mindbody – and their commitment to a seven-year lease is great news for Sheffield and the regional economy.
“The building offers an excellent location and excellent services and is fast approaching full occupancy. Any interested parties should get in touch with the CPP team.”

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