CAFÉ CULTURE: HARRIS LAMB MARKETS HIGH STREET OPPORTUNITY IN KIDDERMINSTER
With summer just around the corner, Harris Lamb is marketing a prime corner plot in Kidderminster with the potential to offer al fresco dining.
The 3,500sq ft ground floor unit on High Street, boasts an excellent location, neighboured by established retailers including M&S, Pandora, Debenhams and Next.
The unit adjoins Vicar Street, is close to the Weavers Wharf Retail Park and has the added advantage of the potential to utilise the pavement outside, something Head of Retail, David Walton, said would be a huge attraction to potential tenants.
“This is a great opportunity for a restaurant, coffee shop or café wishing to take on a well-appointed site on a busy high street with a lot of footfall. The high calibre of nearby shops ensures a great deal of passing trade, and as such the site lends itself very well to cafe culture.
“The added potential of being able to use the area immediately outside the space to offer pavement seating for customers makes the opportunity even more appealing to retailers keen to maximise their presence and make an impact on the area,” he added.
David said: “We’re seeing increased interest from coffee and restaurant chains in adopting key sites within busy town centres – with our team having recently overseen lettings for Wrapchic and to Coffee #1 – and we’re confident there will be a great deal of interest in this opportunity from chains and independent retailers alike, particularly those keen to make the most of the summer months and apply for planning permission to use that additional outdoor space.”
Number 1 High Street is being marketed for a rent of £70,000 per year, and enquiries should be directed to David at firstname.lastname@example.org or 0121 455 9455.