66 Hanover Street comprises traditional cellular accommodation arranged over 4 floors. The available accommodation has just been refurbished and comprises the 1st floor office suite accessed via a well presented ground floor entrance foyer.
The premises comprises the ground, lower ground and first floors of a five storey mid-terraced Georgian tenement. It is listed Category B.
The property has been in restaurant use for decades. Currently, it provides a largely open plan ground floor restaurant area. French doors open onto an external dining area on Castle Street. Kitchen and staff accommodation is located on the lower ground floor. The first floor provides an additional dining/private bar area together with various ancillary uses. Loading/refuse is from Rose Street South Lane.
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The unit comprises a fully fitted restaurant unit over ground and basement levels within a traditional Georgian building plus single storey extension to the rear.
The unit has been fitted out to a quality standard and most of the fixtures and fittings have been retained including kitchen, toilets, coldstore and extract in place.
The ground floor has restaurant area, bar servery, fitted kitchen and a disabled toilet whilst the basement has male and female toilets, staff areas and extensive storage.
10 George Street has just recently reached practical completion and is available for immediate occupation. The subjects provide stunning Grade A space planned over lower ground, ground and 6 upper floors. Consideration will be given to floor by floor lettings.
The property is situated within a modern retail parade on the north side of Dalry Road, with residential above and a strong mix of surrounding commercial occupiers including Cash Generator, British Heart Foundation, Cats Protection, Co-op and Domino’s.
The subjects present a triple fronted unit forming part of the main prime pitch to the east of the street which houses a number of retail and F&B operators. The unit is currently interconnected to provide a single occupancy option which currently houses Argos.
Our clients do have plans to look at a potential sub-division of this space. The most likely and possible layout involves a double unit at ground floor with a single unit available for re-let as well. Further sub-division options are available and details can be obtained by contacting the letting agents.
Prominent roadside unit
Suitable for a variety of uses within Class 1, 2, 3 & 4
Available May 2020
The development is situated on the east side of the street with surrounding retailers including Di Giorgio, Napier Bathrooms, Gayfield Design, Edina Lock & Key and Orchard Bar Restaurant.
The building is located in South Gyle in the West Edinburgh business district, which is recognised as Edinburgh’s leading out of town business location with superb local amenities and excellent transports links. 1 Broadway Park, situated within a landscaped campus, comprises 4 office pavilions and enjoys the most prominent position overlooking South Gyle Broadway.
1 Broadway Park has been comprehensively refurbished and provides excellent modern, open plan space, benefiting from the following specification:
Borders Gateway is being delivered to provide much needed amenity in a strategic location. Individual plots of varying sizes are available on the basis of purchase (freehold), lease or turnkey agreements. The plan below identifies a proposed subdivision.
The site shown will be cleared to significantly increase visibility, prominence and sightlines on to the busy A6091 and Tweedbank Drive. Further signage and branding opportunities are available, subject to planning.
The property comprises a mid 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 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 property is arranged over the ground floor only and extends to an approximate Gross Internal Area of 8,381 sq ft (778.61 sq m). The unit benefits from excellent natural daylight courtesy of roof lights and an extensive glazed frontage. The unit is fully fitted and includes staff areas, kitchen, WC and a small internal car park.
The units to be created will adjoin the Tesco supermarket, together with associated petrol filling station. It is proposed to create 4 retail units each extending to 2,691 sq ft gross - please note there is flexibility in the unit sizes. These retail units will be located to the immediate southern elevation of the Tesco supermarket and will flank the north side of a public square.
In addition, it is proposed to create a GP surgery (subject to demand) to the west side of the public square. To the east there is the potential to erect a community building.
The subject comprises a large supermarket arranged over ground and first floor with 65 dedicated car parking spaces available at the rear of the premises in addition to the extensive servicing provision as shown on the oulined layout plan. Consequently, the unit benefits from excellent front and rear access points.
The site itself is located on a prominent roadside setting on School Lane to the immeddiate east of Leven’s High Street/Durie Street directly north of Lidl. Neighbouring occupiers on Durie Street and the High Street include Leven Library, Greggs, Baynes the Bakers, Specsavers, Iceland Frozen Foods, Superdrug, Farmfoods, Semi-chem and various other national and local retailers. The site is located to the immediate north of Lidl on School Lane, very close to its junction with Durie Street which is a continuation of the town’s High Street.
The subject property comprises a traditional detached building of stone construction arranged across three floors, with the upper floors occupied by Cullen Kilshaw. The ground floor comprises a banking hall, meeting rooms, staff room/kitchen and male & female toilet facilities. In addition there are 13 parking spaces to the rear of the property.
The Abbey Mill is exactly as described – a former corn mill for the Abbey brewery. It has for many years been used for retail purposes, most recently by Edinburgh Woollen Mill who traded under the Abbey Mill brand locally.
The property comprises a two storey former mill building with extension to the rear. It provides retail sales accommodation at ground floor over essentially one level with a change in levels towards the middle part of the retail area, together with ancillary staff and storage accommodation. There is a restaurant and public toilets located on the first floor which was op...