Leeds, LS1 6HH
|Property Type||Leisure / Retail|
|Size||1,520 sq ft|
|Rent||£20,000 per annum|
|Business Rates||The Rateable value will be reassessed once the upper floors are occupied separately . Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries.|
|Service Charge||Service charge upon request and is to be paid quarterly in advance.|
|Energy Performance Rating||This property has been graded as D|
The available premises comprise a self-contained suite over 1st and 2nd floors, accessed through a self-contained entrance off Bank Street. The landlord has consent for a new door and entrance lobby which will be installed prior to any new letting. The ground floor is currently occupied by Scribbler, a greeting card retailer. The 1st & 2nd floors are currently vacant and were previously used as office space.
The suite would be well suited for clinic use such as beauty, aesthetics and dental or alternative use such as a tattoo studio, creative studios or a self-contained office.
The décor and presentation of the unit will need some refurbishment. The suite benefits from expansive period windows letting in natural light and internally there are existing glazed partitions creating smaller workspaces which can be removed or retained to suit the incoming tenant.
The 2nd floor benefits from good ancillary storage with shelving and cupboard space along with male and female WCs and a kitchenette with staff break out area.
The suite can easily adapt to a variety of uses with some minor cosmetic changes.
The accommodation comprises the following areas:
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The City of Leeds is one of the UK’s most important retail and commercial centres, being strategically located in the centre of the country. The city is located 27 miles south west of York, 44 miles north east of Manchester and 196 miles north of London. Leeds is one of the UK’s premier retail destinations, with a primary catchment population of 1.48m.
The subject property occupies a prominent corner trading position on Commercial Street, the pedestrianised thoroughfare that links the major office area within Leeds to the retail core. The property is also situated in very close proximity to the principal entrances to Trinity Leeds.
The eastern end of Commercial Street has become a hub for Leeds higher end Jewellers, including Ernest Jones, Berry's and Beaverbrooks. There are also several different retail occupiers in close proximity such as Starbucks, Clarks and Pret a Manger.
The pedestrianised Briggate, which comprises Leeds’ traditional linear prime retail pitch, is anchored by major department stores including Marks & Spencer and Harvey Nichols. Retail popularity in Leeds is boosted by the city’s 20,000 residential students living within the city centre. As a result of this strong catchment population, the city ranks 2nd nationally in terms of in-store retail expenditure.