The site was designed and built by Scruton & Co with input from PPH Commercial on the design/ sign configuration to ensure each of its nine units would prove popular with tenants.
Now that hard work and foresight has come to fruition after two more well-known companies agreed to join Howden’s Joinery, Tool Station, Brammer and Alvin Morris at the 40,000sqft site.
Supply Technologies, who work in the caravan supply industry and were represented by Cushman & Wakefield, will be joined at the Witty Street location by Diagraph Transport Supplies, a lorry parts business which is part of the Euro Car Parts group.
PPH director Nick Pearce, who negotiated the deal, said: “The Hub is a superb location to do business and it’s been very rewarding to bring two companies to Hull which are seeking to grow and expand.
“From a professional perspective, it’s also nice to know this large trading space is now fully let. Scruton & Co took on a lot of calculated risks to get this speculative scheme off the ground and it’s now paying dividends.
Ian Scruton, freehold owner of the business park, added: “I’m delighted to see The Hub is fully operational because this reaffirms our belief that Hull is a great place to do business. The acquisition of these national names backs up our belief and confidence in the city.
“It was an ambitious project to embark upon and PPH Commercial have played a vital role in the whole process, adding value at every stage from concept and design to letting. We’re grateful for their ongoing help and support.”