Former city centre restaurant premises available for short term let
The premises of the former Pizza Hut restaurant on Regent Street in central Cambridge are now available for short term let following their acquisition by a Cambridge college.
This has been confirmed by the city office of Eddisons incorporating Barker Storey Matthews who acted on behalf of its college client in the acquisition of the property and has now been appointed as the sole letting agent.
At 19 Regent Street, the 295.97 sq m (3,185 sq ft) premises are in the historic city centre at a prominent location on the corner of the interchange between the busy thoroughfare and the landmark Parker’s Piece, close to the University Arms Hotel.
While the identity of the college remains undisclosed – as does the price paid for the property – due to commercial confidentiality, Eddisons’ Ben Green advised that the acquisition is part of the college’s long term strategic property investment programme and so the premises are being marketed to let now with a short term lease.
He added, “The property is in a prominent location and while appealing to a range of retailers, the short term let could favour an independent trader or community organisation looking for pop-up retail premises or, equally, a charity occupier.”
For more information on 19 Regent Street, Cambridge, contact Ben Green at Eddisons, tel 01223 467155, [email protected] or see eddisons.com/properties/regent-street-cambridge-cambridgeshire-cb2.