The property comprises a detached mixed use property of approximately 3,585.38 sq m (38,593 sq ft) constructed in the 1930’s. It is a detached building arranged over ground, basement, and three upper floors. Internally it has been configured to provide 9 ground floor retail units, first floor offices (let in their entirety to Co-op), second floor business centre style offices (10 individual occupiers), third floor offices occupied in their entirety by Wosskow Brown Solicitors, with EE and Idaq Networks telecoms equipment on the roof.
There are retail frontages to the front and side elevations, with a communal hallway and side entrance off Shortridge Road. This provides access to the shops around the edge of the building , a central café, communal toilets and a small number of shops running along the rear boundary. Access to the upper floors is provided via two staircases – one by an entrance off Shortridge Street and one at the rear of the building which opens up onto a car park owned by Sheffield City Council.
The offices are generally well decorated and benefit from central heating and air conditioning, with suspended ceilings and recessed lighting. There is a six person passenger lift providing access to all floors. There is internal access from the third floor to the roof space.
Sheffield is the main administrative centre in South Yorkshire, located approximately 36 miles south of Leeds, 23 miles west of Doncaster, 7 miles south west of Rotherham and 38 miles south east of Manchester. Communications are excellent with the M1 motorway skirting the north and east side of the city, linking to the M62 transpennine motorway, just south of Leeds.
The property is located to the north east of the city centre on the east side of Attercliffe Road (A6178) between the junctions with Shortridge Street and Baltic Road.
The immediate area is a mix of mainly local retail businesses surrounded by residential, with extensive indoor shopping facilities at Meadowhall within two miles of the property.
The University of Sheffield (teaches over 30,000 students from over 100 countries) and Sheffield Hallam University (teaches approximately 35,000 students from across the world) significantly increase the population of the city, and there are a number of major employers including HSBC, Aviva, IBM and Tesco. The English Institute of Sport and the Sheffield Olympic Athletics Park are both within one mile to the north east of the property.
The approximate position of the property can be located as follows:
Grid reference: SH37826 88591 www.gridreferencefinder.com
The tenancy schedule is available to download within the legal documentation.
For further information contact Sheffield City Council (0114 2734567) www.sheffield.gov.uk
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