New restaurant premises are on the menu on Newmarket High Street
Restaurant premises within the distinctive Doric building and former cinema on Newmarket’s High Street have been let for use as a new Turkish restaurant, confirms the Cambridge agency of eddisons.com/barker-storey-matthews Eddisons now incorporating Barker Storey Matthews who were joint agents under instruction. The 3,120 sq ft (290 sq m) ground floor premises are at 146 High Street and have an impressive frontage as part of ‘The Grosvenor’ redevelopment at the junction of The Avenue in the Suffolk town.
Laurence Gercke of Eddisons incorporating Barker Storey Matthews was certain that the 146 High Street premises were always likely to attract independent restaurateurs who have a niche offering.
He explained, “It is a distinctive building, close to The Jockey Club and the Palace House setting of Newmarket town centre, at the racecourse end of the High Street.
“This part of Newmarket has undergone a transformation in the past few years and 146 High Street is part of the latest phase of redevelopment under The Grosvenor scheme, with Grosvenor Yard to the rear.
“The extensive ground floor premises give the new restaurant owners a chance to make their mark here with the menu and the interior style.”
For more information on restaurant or retail premises to let in the Newmarket area, contact Laurence Gercke at the Cambridge office of Eddisons incorporating Barker Storey Matthews, tel 01223 456155, [email protected] or through eddisons.com/barker-storey-matthews.