24-26 Market Place, Market Place, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 5GF

Development and Land, Retail
10691 Sq Ft
(993.19 Sq M)
  • Property suitable for a variety of uses (stp)
  • 10,961 sq ft (993.21 sq.m.) NIA
  • Planning consent for A1, A2, A3, A4, A5, B1, D1 and D2.
  • Freehold with vacant possession.
  • ERV £100,000
  • Subject to Contract
The property is centrally located in an important regeneration area overlooking Market Place Square where £1.8m of improvements have been made in addition to the development of a new 5,000 sq ft Food Hall. The property is situated in close proximity to a host of independent bars, shops, cafes and restaurants around, St Martins, Hotel Street and Loseby Lane, in addition to the popular St Martins Square scheme. The location benefits from good transport links and nearby parking facilities in addition to being less then a 10 minute walk from the popular Highcross Shopping Centre. Nearby occupiers include 45 West Gin bar, Crafty St Martins, Mowgli, Middletons Steakhouse and The Case Restaurant and Champagne Bar.
Set over ground and first floors the property benefits from a single glazed double frontage onto Market Place, in addition to secondary access on to Cank Street and St Martins Square with access to a private rear courtyard. Internally the units have been taken back to a shell state ready for tenant fit out.
Strictly by appointment through the joint Agents, APB or Phillips Sutton Associates
William Shattock
Tel: 0116 254 0382
Email: wjs@apbleicester.co.uk
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