Shop/Office/Salon To Let
350 Sqft - 10 Gateside Street
Part of a re-developed building in a busy secondary retail and commercial area to the south of Hamilton town centre. Busy with vehicular and pedestrian traffic, Gateside Street is a distributor road for the southern neighbourhoods of Hamilton and forms part of the A723 to Strathaven. The central railway station and bus terminus are within 300 metres and there is pay and display car parking in the immediate vicinity. The surrounding area displays a variety of occupiers, predominantly independent, including Igloo estate agents, hair and beauty, insurance agent, tattooist, laundry and barber.
Hamilton is a sub-regional centre located approximately 11 miles south east of Glasgow, 5 miles from East Kilbride, 2 miles south of Motherwell and enjoys a strategic location adjacent to Junction 6 of the M74. With a resident population of approximately 50,000, there is an estimated catchment of 350,000 within 6 miles/ 10 kilometres.
Part of the ground floor of a prominent 3 storey red sandstone building.Aluminium display window to busy Gateside Street with matching door to open plan retail/office/salon area with staff tea preparation area to the rear and toilet off.A new ceiling incorporating multiple spot lights has been installed and the interior freshly decorated providing a “blank canvass” for new occupiers to fit out to their requirements.
The property could suit a variety of retail, salon or office uses subject to the relevant local authority consents.
350 sq ft/32.5 sq m or thereby net internal area.
ENERGY RATING: G
RATEABLE VALUE: £5,700
For qualifying occupiers 100% rates relief may be available under the Scottish Government’s small business bonus relief scheme.
RENT, LEASE DETAILS ETC:
A new lease is sought on standard, commercial, full repairing and insuring terms for a negotiable period at RENTAL OFFERS OVER £6,500 per annum (excluding VAT and local rates).
In the first instance, all offers should be submitted to Mr Cameron of this office.
STRICTLY by appointment through ourselves as agents.