Sauchiehall Street is an arterial route that leads into Glasgow city centre from the West End. The premises sit on the street’s southern side between its junctions with Wellington Street and Hope Street. The surrounding area is a diverse mix of retail and leisure uses and is close to Marks & Spencer and the Savoy Centre. Nearby occupiers include Primark, Co-op Convenience Store, Waterstones, Flying Tiger, The Works and Holland and Barrett.
The premises are arranged over ground floor and first floor levels following approximate net internal areas:
Ground Floor: 1,185 sq ft / 110.11 sqm
First Floor (Office): 1,199 sq ft / 111.42 sqm
The premises are available by way of a new FRI lease.
Rateable Value: £76,500
UBR (2021/22): £0.503
Rates Payable: £38,479 pa
The premises benefit from having Class 2 consent and an EPC rating of D.
Each party to be responsible for their own legal and professional costs incurred in this transaction. For the avoidance of doubt the ingoing tenant will be responsible for Land & Buildings Transaction Tax (LBTT), registration dues and any VAT payable thereon
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Any areas, measurements or distances are approximate. The text, photographs and plans are for guidance only and are not necessarily comprehensive. It is assumed that the property has all necessary planning, building regulations or other consents and ORINSEN have not tested any services, equipment or facilities.
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