The top floor of Corby’s Cube is now available to rent for office space.
The iconic building, in George Street, has been beset with problems since it was built, and its eventual construction was millions of pounds over budget.
One of the biggest problems was the top floor which needed substantial repairs soon after it was finished and leaked rainwater on to the council chamber, the councillors’ room and offices below.
Now Corby Council has instructed Corby chartered surveyors Potter Learoyd Commercial to bring to market the top floor of the Corby Cube.
The space is about 4,000 sq ft and measures roughly 38m by 10m.
The firm’s brochure says the price is available on application and adds: “With floor to ceiling windows on three sides the views over the town and distant countryside are fantastic.
“With panoramic views of Corby, central location, open-plan design and a roof terrace – is this the best space in town?”
Council chief executive Norman Stronach said: “The top floor of the Corby Cube is now being advertised to rent.
“Works have been completed and the space will offer interested businesses a unique and central location in the heart of the town.
“We are looking forward to welcoming another business to the Corby Cube and utilising all space within the building.”