Owner Verve Developments presented a transformed reception and entrance to the building, which hoiuses a range of design-led contemporary office space.
Its aim is to transform of the former home of Texas Instruments into Bedford’s premier business centre offering office and conferencing space.
The iconic building in Manton Lane, which opened in 1960, has undergone significant investment and refurbishment, said Verve developments managing director Tim Pain.
“Bedford Heights is a fantastic building with a really interesting heritage and we are delighted to now be able to present this final stage in the building’s refurbishment to businesses in
Bedfordshire,” he said.
“Our aim for Bedford Heights is to provide businesses and local organisations in the town with a high quality offering in an architecturally significant building and excellent location, and we had a great time celebrating with the local community.”
At the Summer Party and official opening, guests enjoyed food and drink from local Italian deli and caterer Foods of Italy, accompanied by entertainment from Cuban band The Sugar Kings. They were also invited to submit photos and other mementos for the Bedford Heights Time Capsule, which will be buried later this year.
As well as businesses, representatives from local schools, organisations and charities all enjoyed the party. Bedford Heights is supportive of the local community and has previously
donated funds and time to various organisations with an ongoing commitment to support initiatives that benefit the town.