Cafe unit at Carvers Warehouse let to North StarLeeds based property investment and development company , Town Centre Securities (TCS), has let the café unit on the ground floor of Carver’s Warehouse to North Star Delicatessen who have been operating a similar outlet in Chorlton in South Manchester for nine years.
Located on Dale Street in Manchester city centre, the boutique-style café, to be called North Star Piccadilly, will open on Monday 5 December. It will sell homemade hot and cold food including sandwiches, soups and daily hot specials as well as teas, coffees and cold drinks. The café will also be fully licenced to sell alcohol on and off the premises. The company also plans to offer specialist food and wine-tasting evenings and outside catering.
North Star plan to design a menu in consultation with Carver’s Warehouse tenants who include Marketing Manchester, Martin Stockley Associates, Four23, Harris Partnership, BWB Consulting and G-Star Raw. They also want to extend their offer to serve local residents, commuters using nearby Piccadilly Station and people who work in the Piccadilly and Northern Quarter areas of the city centre.
Richard Lewis, Property Director at Town Centre Securities said:
"We were very keen to find an independent business with a good track record of running a successful, quality café, so we’re delighted to welcome North Star, who offer exactly what we were looking for. North Star really understands what the Carver’s tenants want and aims to deliver a vibrant and sustainable food outlet, offering good quality food and drink at reasonable prices."
Co-founder, Deanna Thomas said: “Coffee and tea remains the foundation stone of any good café and we aim to provide the best brew in the area. We also pride ourselves on our homemade soups, sandwiches and cakes which can be eaten in, taken away or made to order for corporate events and special occasions. We’re keen to team up with local producers and suppliers to bring locally sourced, well cooked food to this part of the city centre."
Co-owner Adam Berlyne explains: “The building’s stunning glazed atrium next door lends itself perfectly for events and we hope to run a calendar of foodie evenings and wine tastings which we hope will become as popular as our Chorlton supper club."
Businesses interested in relocating to Carver’s Warehouse should contact Lambert Smith Hampton (0161 242 7077) or Daniel Harris & Co (0161 237 9393).
For more information on TCS visit www.tcs-plc.com.