Rental offers of £39,000 per annum are being sought for Bank Chambers, a landmark building in Stockport, Greater Manchester that formerly operated as a pub.
The prominent three-storey property in Market Place originally housed a bank but was most recently occupied by Bambooza, a 2,340 sq ft bar with mezzanine seating, and a large basement. Additional office accommodation of up to 1,500 sq ft on the first floor may be available if required.
It is being offered to let at an annual rent of £39,000 by the licensed and leisure division of the Manchester office of real estate advisors Colliers International, acting as joint agents with Impey & Co.
Colin Siebert, Licensed and Leisure Director at Colliers International in Manchester, said Bank Chambers was suitable for a variety of uses subject to planning consent including as a pub or wine bar, restaurant or for conversion to retail usage.
He said: “Bank Chambers is located at the heart of a well-established social circuit in central Stockport and has traditionally traded as a public house but offers an ideal opportunity for a restaurant operator.”