The premises sit adjacent to the quay edge in a prominent location on Quay Square and provides a newly formed retail/leisure use (STP) unit of up to 571sqm (6,110 sq ft). There is full height glazing to the elevations, suspended timber floor throughout and double entrance doors at the north elevation.
NB - WE CURRENTLY HAVE THE AREAS D-H SHOWN ON THE ATTACHED PLAN UNDER OFFER TO NATIONAL OPERATORS.
There is full height glazing to the elevations, suspended timber floor throughout and double entrance doors at the north elevation.
The premises currently benefit from Class E (retail/restaurant and caf�) use, alternative use may be considered dependant on business operation and status.
The city of Plymouth has developed into the principal conurbation within Devon, having a population in excess of 250,000 residents. It provides a comprehensive range of business, leisure and amenity facilities together with employment opportunities. Plymouth is located on the A38 Expressway, the main arterial route through the county of Devon to the south of Dartmoor and one of the principal routes into Cornwall. The A38 connects to the national motorway network at Exeter approximately 40 miles to the north east of Plymouth. Plymouth also has a noted naval port and dockyard, the benefit of a railway station on the Penzance to Paddington line.
Sutton Harbour is the historic heart of Plymouth, with some of the oldest buildings in Britain's Ocean City alongside exciting new developments created as part of harbour's widespread regeneration. Perfectly positioned between the bustling city centre and the sea, Sutton Harbour and the adjacent Barbican quarter form the historic centrepiece of the city and enjoy a strong heritage of maritime adventure.
Built in 1896, 20 The Barbican is a landmark, historic Grade II Listed building that was formerly The Old Fish-Market. In 1995, a new building was opened on the other side of Sutton Harbour and the conversion of the premises to its current offering was created.The building overlooks an open paved / cobbled area known as 'Quay Square' with views over Sutton Harbour. The Barbican has become the focus for Plymouth's restaurants, art galleries, specialist shops etc. and is accepted as one of the city's most exciting and cosmopolitan areas with numerous annual events attracting locals and holiday makers to the area.
Available by way of new lease, length negotiable and effective full repairing and insuring terms. Rent upon application
TO LET - NEW LEASE
SUITABLE FOR A VARIETY OF USES - STP
IMMEDIATLEY AVAILABLE ( Agency Pilot Software ref: 5308 )