The Floow Moves To OXO House

The Floow - August 09th, 2013

The Floow has moved from Aizlewood’s Mill, on Nursery Street, to the recently renamed OXO House, in Joiner Street.

Now located on the top floor of the building, The Floow joins existing tenants Swanke Hayden Connell Architects and online brand communications specialist, Side by Side Creative.

OXO House was built in 1936 by George Longden & Son for OXO administration and storage, due to its modern inspiration and contrast with the more common Victorian factory buildings found on the River Don, it became an instant landmark. In 2008, Plan B Developments extensively refurbished the upper floors, adding the Clock Tower and 4th Floor, successfully maintaining the building’s original Art Deco style.

Business space consultant at letting agent Lambert Smith Hampton, Matthew Barnsdale, said: “We are very pleased to have secured another prestigious tenant for the stunning OXO House building. I am sure The Floow will be happy in their unique, high quality space. The finish of the property is exceptional and the open plan style with beautiful features lends itself well to creative industries.”

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