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26 January 2018

CB1 welcomes first tenants to the new 50/60 Station Road

CB1 is looking forward to welcoming Costello Medical, the first tenant to take space in the new 50/60 Station Square. CB1’s next office building, currently under construction, will offer 156,000 sq ft of Grade A office space including serviced office co-working space in CB1 in Cambridge City Centre.

Costello Medical is at the forefront in its field of scientific support to the healthcare sector and was also named in the Sunday Times 100 Best Small Companies to work for. The business, which will expand out of its existing premises at City House in Cambridge, was attracted to the high quality office space available at CB1.

Designed by Grimshaw, 50/60 Station Road is due to be completed in in spring 2019. Negotiations are underway with a number of other prospective occupiers. Companies which have already been drawn to CB1’s excellent office facilities include Amazon, which took 60,000 sq ft at One Station Square at the beginning of 2017, as well as Microsoft Research, Thales, Deloitte, Centrica and Raspberry Pi.

“Costello Medical are delighted to be committing to 50/60 Station Road. Nine years ago, when the company was founded in a spare bedroom in a house in Cambridge, we would never have dreamed that one day we would occupy such premium space in the centre of the City. The building’s high quality offering and brilliant location fit exactly with the home we want to provide our talented, dedicated and hard-working team and we are very excited to be joining the other innovative companies who occupy CB1.”
Sophie Costello, Co-Founder of Costello Medical

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