Portlethen Retail Park extends to circa 175,000 sq ft and currently benefits from Open Class 1 Consent. The development is a subdivision of a former Homebase, which extends to 41,000 sq ft. This presents the opportunity to create multiple, flexible retail warehouse units to suit different requirements ranging from 10,000-41,000 sq ft.
The subjects comprise a Category C listed granite stone building, in keeping with and typical to Aberdeen city centre.
Extending over three main storeys along with attic and multiple basement levels. The property can be described as follows:
133/137 Union Street - is let to Nationwide Building Society who occupy this key retail unit at ground and basement (-1) levels.
139 Union Street - is a dedicated entrance to the upper floors which were historically used as offices.
141 Union Street - a vacant retail unit, which has been “white boxed” and sits between Nationwide and Primark.
The subjects comprise Ground and First Floors of a two storey stone building under a pitched and slate roof. Internally, the unit is fitted out such that the ground floor is used as sales space while the first floor provides storage space, WC facilities and a staff area. The subjects also benefit from rear servicing which is accessed from Callon Street to the South of the property.
The property comprises an end terrace single storey building with timber pitched and tiled roof, with a large dedicated car park located to the rear which is marked out to accommodate 48 customer car parking spaces.
The site extends to approximately 0.90 Hectares / 2.23 Acres and is bounded by St Clement’s School to the west, private housing to the east, the river Peffery to the north and Lidl supermarket to the south.
The site extends to 3.47 acres (1.40 ha). The areas hatched in blue show the rights of access linking King’s Cross Road and Clepington Road. The land is adjacent to a proposed new BMW/Mini car dealership with a new Jaguar/Land Rover car dealership also planned on the opposite side of Kings Cross Road.
Sports, leisure & retail development.
The commercial units form part of a larger scheme for the redevelopment of the sports facilities at Raeburn Place.
There are up to nine commercial units varying in size between 2,016 square feet up to 5,000 square feet, subject to agreement of layouts and configuration of the respective units.
Units 6, 7 & 8 pre-let to M&S Simply Food.
Four other units under offer
Only 2 units remaining
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