Former Nike HQ in Sunderland ticks the right boxes

Nike's former UK headquarters office at Sunderland's Doxford International Business Park up for sale or to let

Tony Wordsworth, Harry Trueman and Tony Hordon
Tony Wordsworth, Harry Trueman and Tony Hordon

Nike's former UK headquarters office at Sunderland's Doxford International Business Park up for sale or to let.

The three storey, 32,000 sq ft building now managed by Commercial Estate Group was designed for Nike when the sportswear giant chose Sunderland as the home of its UK headquarters.

The firm has since moved into new offices which were custom-designed, elsewhere at Doxford Park.

The owners have since completely refurbished the building at 1, Victory Way to offer contemporary, high quality , sub dividable workspace for large or smaller companies looking to expand.

Councillor Harry Trueman, deputy leader of Sunderland City Council, said: “Nike and Doxford Park are synonymous with excellence.

“Nike’s buildings, like its products, have won awards for their innovative design, and these offices are testament to the quality this blue-chip company required for what became its UK headquarters.

“Sunderland is the best location for ambitious companies of any size, and we’re very proud of Doxford’s ability to attract excellent, long-term occupiers.”

Other occupiers at Doxford Park include Barclays, Regus, Arriva, UK Asset Resolution, EDF Energy and Gentoo.

Tony Wordsworth of joint agents GVA said: “This building offers a great package for occupiers – it’s a large, modern, light, well designed building with easy access to roads, at the heart of a well-known address in the North East.

“The flexible terms mean that potential occupiers could move in quickly if required, and enjoy its benefits with minimum delay.

“I’m sure this distinctive building will be an excellent choice for a company that understands the importance of an attractive workplace, and how that can motivate employees and create a memorable image of the company in visitors’ minds.”

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