Occupiers in the immediate vicinity include a Tesco Extra, Dragonville Retail Park, as well as a number of car showrooms including Toyota, Vauxhall and Renault.
The scheme has an L-Shaped configuration which comprises 9 units with a further two A3 standalone units near the entrance to the site. The scheme is mainly occupied by homeware retailers with B&Q anchoring the scheme and occupying a 100,000 sq ft unit with Argos and Sports World complementing the line up. Durham City Retail Park is the primary destination for bulky goods retail in Durham.
The subject property is strategically situated to the north east of Durham city centre, just a short distance off the A690, a major arterial route that connects Durham city centre to junction 62 of the A1(M). Durham City Retail Park occupies a large prominent site, at the junction of McIntyre Way with Alma Place adjacent to a Toyota car showroom.
The historic City of Durham is the administrative and principle retailing centre of County Durham. The City is located approximately 29 km (18 miles) south of Newcastle, 22 km (14 miles) south west of Sunderland and 118 km (74 miles) north of Leeds.
Durham enjoys excellent communications, being situated approximately 1.6 km (1 mile) to the west of the A1(M) which provides easy access to Newcastle, Gateshead, Sunderland to the north and Darlington and Teeside to the south.
Rail communications are excellent, being situated on the East Coast mainline with regular high speed intercity train services to London Kings Cross (2 hours 45 minutes) and Edinburgh Waverley (1 hour 45 minutes).
The city has good air links from Newcastle International Airport and Durham Teeside Airport which are both within a 30 minute drive.