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- Refurbished Upper Floor Commercial Space
- 777 sq ft - 2,530 sqft (72 sq m - 235 sq m)
The available space consists of 1st, 2nd and 3rd floors which benefit from both stair and lift access. The property is currently being refurbished to include: -
Carpeted floors.Suspended ceilings with LED lights.Toilet facilities on each floor.Kitchen facility (1st floor).
EPC - G232
First floor - 777 square feet
Second floor - 853 square feet
Third floor - 900 square feet
Total Area:2530 square feet
The property is located on Ann Street, a short distance from its junction with Corn Market. The upper floors are accessed via a dedicated entrance off Wilson’s Court.
Occupiers in the immediate vicinity include Poundland, Littlewing Pizza, Holland and Barrett and Trespass. Victoria Square is a short walk away, while the city’s main transport links are readily accessible.
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