Address: Liverpool, England
- Rent or Buy: Rent
- Type: Leisure
- Location: Liverpool City Centre
- Tenure: Leasehold
- Size: 1,995.20 sqft
- Rent Per Annum: £40,000
- Rent per Sqft: £20
The property provides a ground floor and lower ground floor with a fully fitted kitchen and was formerly trading as a cafe. The ground floor areas are regular in shape providing a good seating floor. The ancillary areas including the basement provide good storage areas. Rear access/ delivery to Wood Street.
We understand the property has the benefit of A1, and A3 permission with hot food and alcohol licensing.
May 2014, Liverpool Echo Article:
Bold Street has a vacancy rate of just 2%, compared with 10% in the city centre and a national average of 12%. With an abundance of independents, it has both character and characters with many people having a sense of ‘community’ within the area.
Bold Street is perfectly placed geographically, connecting the retail district with the university district and has seen 11 new businesses in as many months open with all of them being an instant success. Dominated by St Luke’s Church at the top end of the street, it isn’t difficult to see why so many flock to this Bohemian section of the city
The eclectic collection of shops, cafes and restaurants is reflected by those who wander past, from young to old; students to businessmen and women, and from every culture and ethnic group.
Even on a sunny midweek morning, the pavements are populated. “We have students, families and tourists – because Bold Street offers not just a shopping street. It’s an education, it’s got history, it’s got a quirkiness about it. People say the High Street is dead – but not this one.”
“It has a great vibe, it’s welcoming for a new business and there’s a nice network.”