The property, let to Jagex by Invista Real Estate Investment Management, which was advised by Savills Estate Agents, is a three-floor, 43,774 square foot building.
The lease is for 15 years at £22.50 per square foot.
The space was "home to Napp Pharmaceuticals prior to their recent expansion into new purpose built premises elsewhere on the Park," which resulted in a renovation.
The refurbishment, which had been completed by October 2010, included "mechanical alterations and reinstatements," "carpeting and associated decorations," and a "complete refurbishment of toilet facilities." As well as a "new reception desk and feature wall," "renovated air conditioning," raised floors, suspended ceilings and LG3 lighting.
Some of the amenities include access to the The Trinity Centre, which includes "a restaurant, full conference facilities, a bar [and] a gym," as well as access to "175 allocated car parking spaces," "lakeside landscaping," and "on site childcare nursery."
The property was marketed as "a striking building which would make an excellent Headquarters office building for a wide range of R&D based companies" and which would "ideally suit an occupier looking for a Head Quarters building at the centre of the Cambridge Science Park."
According to Savills, "this move is part of the consolidation of [Jagex's] existing offices at Cambridge Science Park and St Johnís Innovation Centre."
140 Cambridge Science Park
140 Cambridge Science Park is currently leased to Jagex at £20 per square foot, until 2024.
The 26,238 square foot building is owned by Quintain Estates and Development, which "spent £47.8m buying up units on the park last year" and which "paid £5.5m for the property in 2006."
Cambridge-based Wrenbridge Land Limited, a commercial property company, is "considering a bid" for the space and "Legal & General is also understood to have expressed an interest in the building."
The property "has a price tag of £6.1m, which reflects a yield of 8.1%," and a "preferred party [was] expected to be chosen by the end of" June 2011. The current status is unclear.