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Retail/Leisure Opportunity, 15-23 Frodsham Street

Frodsham Street
Chester, CH1 3JJ

Use Class E

3,650 sq ft


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3,650 sq ft

Rent pa


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Last updated 14/07/2021
Retail/Leisure Opportunity, 15-23 Frodsham Street
Retail/Leisure Opportunity, 15-23 Frodsham Street
Retail/Leisure Opportunity, 15-23 Frodsham Street
Units of 450-650 sq ft TO LET

Key Points

  • Frodsham Street is now a pedestrian priority street, linking the City's new bus interchange to the rest of the city centre.
  • Car parking close by
  • Prominent corner locaton between primary Foregate Street and the new Bus Interchange
  • Close to Marks and Spencer, Tesco Superstore and the Cathedral
  • Units of 450 - 3650 sq ft available
This property is arranged on ground and two upper floors and is currently undergoing extensive refurbishment.  The refurbished space at ground floor will provide a substantially improved retail frontage of 110 ft (33.52m) with potential of additional space at first floor if required.  The premises already benefit from A1 and A3 planning consent.
The premises are situated in the centre of this historic Cathedral City occupying a very prominent corner location between Marks and Spencer and Tesco Superstore and forms an immediate extension to shops currently occupied by onal multiples including Greggs, CEX, Boots Opticians,
Poundland and Halifax Bank. It is also visible from primary Foregate Street. Frodsham Street is now a pedestrian priority street anchored by a new £10m Bus Interchange at its head. This attracts 90 buses per hour which has substantially improved footfall along Frodsham Street. In addition there is a public car park immediately to the rear which provides 40 evening spaces, ideal for A3 users and the premises are also  Directly opposite Tesco which provides a further 550 car parking spaces. Chester continues to serve as a main retailing centre foraffluent Cheshire,  Wirral and North Wales with excellent vehicular links creating a primary catchment area of circa 800,000. It also continues to be one of the top tourist destinations in the UK with 8M visitors a year and a tourist spend of 800m pa.

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