The Quadrant is a dynamic retail and leisure facility that offers circa 22,000 sq ft of ground floor retail space and a further 3,723 sq ft on the first floor. Following a recent scheme of landlord refurbishment works, the premises are predominantly open plan with 5 metre ceiling heights, with 35 on site parking spaces. The property is accessed off North Quadrant although has frontage onto Sicey Avenue above a parade of retail units.
We strongly advise undertaking a viewing of the property to fully appreciate the scale of the accommodation.
The property would lend itself to a variety of retail, leisure, venue and other commercial uses, subject to planning permission. Please refer to floor layout example plans attached to these particulars.
According to the 2021 Census, Sheffield is the 4th largest city in the UK with a population of circa 584,000, of which over 60% are between the ages of 15 to 65. The Steel City has a metropolitan population of circa 1,550,000, which relates to the city, its surrounding suburbs and other nearby cities and towns: Rotherham, Doncaster, Chesterfield, and Barnsley.
The Quadrant is located 2.5 miles north of the City Centre within the Firth Park ward; a densely populated suburban district of Sheffield. Nearby retailers include Greggs, Subway, Boyes and Heron Foods.
Situated within 1.5 miles of Meadowhall Shopping Centre and Junction 34 of the M1, the area is well served by good road access and local transport facilities. This vast accessibility has allowed for the growing presence of leisure facilities within the north eastern corridor of Sheffield. Local leisure amenities include the Concord Sports Centre, Awesome Walls Climbing Centre, Ninja Warrior UK Adventure and Concord Park Golf Club.
Sport has always been at the heart of Sheffield’s heritage. The city is home to the oldest football club (Sheffield United FC), the World Snooker Championship and Sheffield Steelers, the UK’s first professional ice hockey team.
We understand that mains water, electricity and drainage supplies are available and connected to the property. These have not been tested and interested parties are advised to make their own investigations to the relevant utility service providers.
Town & Country Planning
We understand the property has a long-established consent for a bowling alley, a use falling now within Class E (Commercial, Business and Service Uses) of the Town and Country Use Classes Order 1987 (as amended).
Following changes to the Use Classes Order that came into effect on 1 September 2020, Class E now encompasses several uses including those formerly known as A1 (Shops), A2 (Professional and Financial Services), A3 (Restaurants and Cafes), B1 (Offices), D1 (Non-Residential Institutions) and D2 (Assembly and Leisure) which will have been the previous use of this building.
The property is available To Let by way of a new Full Repairing and Insuring lease, for a term to be agreed.
A service charge may be levied to cover the upkeep, maintenance and repair of all common parts of the development.
VAT may be charged in addition to the rent at the prevailing rate.
Each party is to be responsible for their own legal costs incurred in documenting the transaction.