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31

Sauchiehall Street

Glasgow, G2 3AT

Use Class E

1,368 sq ft

POA

Use Class

E

Size

1,368 sq ft

Rent pa

POA

Marketed by Colliers,

Last updated 16/02/2021
Prime Retail Unit - To Let 

Key Points

  • High Footfall Location
  • Strong Adjacencies
  • Incentives Available
Glasgow is Scotland’s largest city with a catchment population in excess of 2million persons and a resident population of approximately 660,000 persons. The city provides the strongest retail destination in Scotland and is widely recognised as the UK’s premier retail destination outwith London.
The subjects are located in a prominent position on the pedestrianised section of Sauchiehall Street in close proximity to its junction with West Nile Street. Nearby occupiers include Starbucks, Poundland, RBS, Bank of Scotland, Pret A Manger, Specsavers, Three and Dr Martens. 

Viewing

Strictly by appointment. 

Accommodation

Accommodation details below:

Areas

sq ftsq m
Ground Floor94687.9
Basement Ancillary42239.2

Financial

Lease Term

Subject to securing vacant possession, the unit is available on a new long term FRI lease. 

Rent

Rent available upon application 

Rates

Interested parties are advised to make their own enquiries to the Local Authority.

Rateable Year:2021
Rateable Value:£72,000.00
Rates Payable:£36,216.00
UBR:50.3p/£

Costs

Each party is responsible for their own legal and other professional costs incurred in the transaction. 

Last Updated

16/02/2021

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