Exciting opportunities to join the growing hub of new businesses opening up in Market Street
Four outstanding new commercial units occupying basement and ground floor space are now available within The Gresham - a £17 million development in Market Street that will also be home to a 121-bed aparthotel, quality restaurant and bar, and office and conference facilities.
The building is an iconic Grade II listed site that was built in the 1800s by local architect Isaac Barradale for Joseph Johnsons, a local draper. In 1962, it was taken over by Fenwick who occupied the site until its closure in Spring 2017.
Two of The Gresham’s commercial units in are facing Market Street, one is on the corner of Market Street and Belvoir Street, and the fourth has its shop frontage on Bowling Green Street.
All four units are Class E usage, with varying sizes between 1889sqft and 3521sqft. Leases can be created on a bespoke basis, with flexibility on the length, to ensure the right businesses are part of the community in The Gresham.
Market Street is set to explode as primary city centre destination point once again. Five other units are already under offer and numerous new businesses will soon be opening - including an art gallery, a cocktail bar and much more.
Nearby King Street also has several units under offer and Leicester City Council has exciting plans to redevelop Pilot House in King Street, transforming it into a hotspot for start-ups and creative businesses as part of the wider regeneration of the area.
Potential tenants with exceptional vision and entrepreneurial spirit would be perfect to jump on this exciting and dynamic city centre revolution opportunity.