New on the market: New commercial properties to let in Leicester – highlights from w/c 15th April
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23 April 2019/ New-to-Market

New on the market: New commercial properties to let in Leicester – highlights from w/c 15th April

A central city that lies close to both the M1 and M6, Leicester has an exceptionally well-connected location. It was once the hub of the shoe and textile industries. Many of the former factories have been transformed into creative spaces and trendy eateries to become what is today called St George’s Cultural Quarter. Over the years, a number of businesses have established major bases in Leicester, including Liberty Shoes, Next, Boden and British Gas.

Click here to see a list of all the commercial properties to let in Leicester.

Here are our recent highlights for Leicester commercial properties:

 

Delilah Fine Foods, 4 St Martins, Leicester LE1 5DB

 

This stunning space was once a Banking Hall, but it is currently being used a deli and café – and it’s easy to see why. The beautiful Victorian architecture and mezzanine layout create a charming setting that lends itself well to a café, restaurant, shop or salon. It is also located right by the King Richard III visitor centre, which promises high levels of footfall.

  • Size: 2,793 sq ft
  • Price: £50,000 per annum
  • Key features: Kitchen, open plan, customer WCs, restaurant, storage, telephone system 

38 Belvoir Street, Leicester, Leicestershire, LE1 6QJ

 

Thanks to its city centre location, this shop benefits from plenty of footfall. Base yourself here and you’ll be nearby Fat Cats Café, Zizzi, Las Iguanas and many more. A kitchen and staff facilities at the back make it a comfortable place to work, and it’s fitted with security features for added peace of mind.

  • Size: 907 sq ft
  • Price: £16,500 per annum
  • Key features: Security storage, kitchen

Humberstone House, Humberstone Gate, Leicester, LE1 1WB

 

With a huge amount of space on offer, this office will suit a wide range of businesses. It boasts views across the city and has a full-time building manager to take care of your needs. It’s based in the city centre, close to a handful of shops, cafes and restaurants, and the area is currently undergoing loads of regeneration as part of the Cultural Quarter plans. On-site parking makes it a true find.

  • Size: Up to 12,000 sq ft
  • Price: POA
  • Key features: Café, car park, restaurant, security, transport links

Rutland House Executive Business Centre, 23-25 Friar Lane, LE1 5QQ

 

Based in a grade II listed Georgian town house, this office has a distinctive charm. A welcoming reception area is already incorporated, and there is parking nearby for any visitors. You’ll be well looked after here, with professional cleaning services every day. When the working day ends, you’ll have plenty of restaurants and bars on your doorstep thanks to its central location.

  • Size: Space for one to six people
  • Price: from £110 per person per month
  • Key features: Car park, cleaning, conference room, kitchen, reception

18 Market Street, Leicester

 

This central retail unit is an exciting opportunity. It’s on a busy street, and the nearby former Fenwicks store is soon to be redeveloped into a major mixed-use scheme. With regeneration taking place, this store is in a particularly up and coming area. Inside you’ll find a disabled WC, a fitted kitchen and storage space in the basement, making it ideal for a café, shop or salon.

  • Size: 2,020 sq ft
  • Price: from £29,950 per annum
  • Key features: Café, disabled facilities, kitchen, storage 

To see all the new-to-market commercial properties in Leicester, click here.