Over recent years there has been a revitalisation of the Cathedral Quarter with various different bars, restaurants and shops opening and BB&J Commercial are delighted to confirm that they have been instructed to deal with the letting of 39 Cornmarket.
The property was recently purchased at auction by a local property investor and due to both their local knowledge and presence within the Cathedral Quarter, BB&J Commercial were instructed on the marketing.
The building was previously occupied by ‘Little Frankies’ and benefits from an A3 (Restaurants & Cafes) planning consent and would ideally suit another restaurant use especially with the area having a strong ‘night-time’ presence with nearby occupiers including Ask Italian, Nandos, The Cosy Club, Walkabout and Turtle Bay. Alternatively, the property could be used for a variety of retail or professional uses and could even be split into two smaller units.
Chris Keogh of BB&J Commercial who is handling the instruction said “We are delighted to have been instructed on this property within the historical Cathedral Quarter just down the road from our offices. The property offers great potential for a variety of uses and we anticipate numerous enquiries from both a local and national level.”
“The property is immediately available and the building is currently a shell ready for somebody to fit-out and begin trading and therefore it is an exciting opportunity for any occupier.”
For further information or if you wish to view the property then contact Chris Keogh on either 01332 292825 or email@example.com