Grade II Listed city centre office opportunity which is undergoing a comprehensive restoration and refurbishment project., The Jam Factory is located in a gateway position fronting the revamped Frideswide Square on the western side of Oxford city centre., Rail – Within 200m of Oxford’s main station. Direct rail link to London Paddington and Marylebone with journey times of around 1 hour., Road – Served by the A40 and A34 as well as Junction 8a and 9 of the M40 being within 10km (6 miles) of Oxford’s ring road., Air – London Oxford Airport offers regional and business aviation as well as international routes being provided by London Heathrow 60km (37 miles) to the south east., Bike – Oxford is acknowledged as one of the few true ‘Cycling cities’. A number of dockless bike schemes already operate within the city., The Grade II listed building dates back to 1903, when the factory was purpose built for Frank Cooper’s marmalade business., The building continues to be a prominent feature in the city’s history and, incorporates a Café and Arts Centre at the rear of the site which perates under ‘the Jam Factory’ name., New passenger lift., New lobby/entrance with feature lighting., Refurbished windows incorporating secondary glazing., Mixture of retained wood floor boards and carpeting., Painted feature brickwork., Exposed services; VRF heating and cooling system., Suspended energy efficient LED lighting., New canopy between Café and main Jam Factory building., Shower facilities and cycle storage., Extending approximately 12,000 sq ft (1,100 sq m) the building’s accommodation is set over four floors and will provide a mixture of smaller meeting rooms and larger open plan office space. The pared-back design will incorporate many of the original Edwardian features, both internally and externally. Target date for practical completion is the end of Q4 2019.