Shepherd Chartered Surveyors has been instructed to offer a newly extended licensed bar and coffee shop in Glasgow city centre for let or sale.
The new leisure accommodation, located at 201 Pitt Street, Glasgow, incorporates a 3000 sq ft bar at basement level and a further 230 sq ft at ground level for use as a coffee shop.
Forming the basement level of a six storey tenement at 201 Pitt Street/309 Sauchiehall Street, access to the property is gained through a ground floor vestibule on Pitt Street.
The property sits immediately adjacent to the site of one of Glasgow’s latest leisure developments which has recently been granted planning permission. The planning permits two retail units on the ground and basement levels, a 200 bedroom hotel on the first to the seventh floors, with reception and restaurant facilities at the first floor level, an art gallery/café with roof terrace on the eight floor and office accommodation on the eighth to fourteenth floors.
Gavin Quinn, commercial surveyor at Shepherd, said, “The premises are completely open plan allowing for 3230 sq ft to be developed into a bar, late night venue or a restaurant, subject to planning.
“The vestibule/entrance area has planning for a small coffee shop which could be operated from 8.00am – 5.00pm which would provide further potential income for the occupant when the licensed premises are closed.”
The main frontage of the property is of solid red sandstone construction and is to be developed to include large glass doors which can be opened to reveal the entirety of the coffee area.
Rental offers in excess of £45,000 are invited.
For further information please contact Gavin Quinn, Shepherd tel 0141 331 2807 Issued on behalf of J&E Shepherd by Liquorice Media tel 0141 561 4018 www.liquorice-media.com
Date 18th March 2010