Last retail unit remaining at Urban Exchange in Piccadilly BasinThere is only one retail unit remaining at the Urban Exchange retail scheme on Great Ancoats Street in Piccadilly Basin, Manchester. The 7, 225 sq ft fully glazed, ground floor unit is located between the ALDI supermarket and Go Outdoors superstore.
Leeds based property investment and development company , Town Centre Securities (TCS), own and manage Urban Exchange, which was designed by renowned Manchester architect, Ian Simpson.
Part of the vacant unit is currently being used as a temporary sales office for Pure Gym which is due to open later this summer. A 20, 000 sq ft Marks and Spencer Outlet store is also currently being fitted out ready for opening on 4 August.
Edward Ziff Chairman and Chief Executive at Town Centre Securities said:
”This is the last available space in this stunning 120, 000 sq ft building. Urban Exchange is becoming an increasingly popular retail destination. We’re looking for the right retailer that will complement the other national and international brands we have secured for this site. The new tenant will benefit from footfall generated by the customers for our existing occupiers ALDI, Go Outdoors, and soon to open M&S Outlet and Pure Gym. With three hours free customer parking and right on the Manchester ring-road, this is an ideal location for a retailer who wants a prominent presence on the edge of the city centre.”
BNP Paribas (0113 2376681) and Cushman & Wakefield (0161 828 5313) are the letting agents appointed to act on behalf of TCS for this unit.
For more information on TCS visit www.tcs-plc.com.