St Georges Way

St Georges Way
To Let £40,000 PA - Close to De Montfort, Close to train station, Commercial Unit

PROMINENT RESTAURANT/BAR/CAFÉ/BISTRO/FOOD FRANCHISE

TO LET

2-4 ST GEORGES WAY, LEICESTER

LE1 1SH

-Centrally located restaurant/bar/café/bistro/food franchise opportunity
-Mixed office and leisure pitch
-Situated within the St Georges Cultural Quarter
-Well positioned directly opposite to Leicester Train Station, close to the prestigious Highcross Shopping Centre & surrounding offices/luxury residential developments
-A3 Usage Class
-Late Night Alcohol Licence (3am)

Location

Located within the Heart of Leicester City Centre and St George’s Cultural Quarter, the premises presents a rare opportunity to gain representation on one of the city’s most sought after and prominent locations.

The premises is within walking distance of Leicester Railway Station and adjacent to some of Leicester’s main corporate occupiers and within immediate vicinity to new and existing contemporary residential developments.

Description

The premises comprise of Ground Floor and Basement only to provide a self-contained bar/restaurant/café unit presently vacant.

Premises is categorised as Use Class A3

Accommodation

We understand that the property provides the following approximate areas:

Ground Floor – 104.352 sqm

Basement – 92.02 sqm

Total -196.372 sqm (2113.73 ft)

Tenure

The premises is available to let on lease terms for a period to be determined.

Rent

£40,000 per annum exclusive of Local Authority Business Rates, Service Charge, Insurance and VAT. Details available on request.

Legal Costs

Each Party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in this transaction.

EPC

Available on request.

Viewings

Strictly by appointment only.

For further information or to arrange to view please contact:

Aspire Group:

T: 0116 296 2940

M: 07970 340 411

E: info@aspiregroupuk.com / ngill@aspiregroupuk.com

Aspire Group, 2 The Parade, Oadby, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE2 5BF

Subject To Contract: Misrepresentation Act 1967: These particulars do not form any part of a contract and whilst believed to be correct, no responsibility can be accepted for any errors.

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