A LANDMARK building in Halifax town centre has been placed on the market for sale by Colliers International.
The former nightclub at 13-17 Silver Street has been released with planning permission already in place for a 73-bed hotel with associated shops, restaurant and gym. The imposing four-storey building provides 35,424sq ft of useable space.
Jonathan McGrael, of the Leeds office of Colliers International, said, “This is a strong proposition given the location and potential.
“The building is set to benefit from being only 250 yards from Broad Street, the much anticipated new mixed use development comprising bars, restaurants and office space anchored by a new nine-screen cinema, ten-pin bowling alley and 429 space multi-storey car park, which will substantially improve Halifax’s leisure market.”
Said Mr McGrael: “Silver Street is also within a strong retail catchment, being just off the pedestrianised Southgate area and close to the Woolshops Shopping Centre, which is anchored by Marks & Spencer and WH Smiths. In addition, the Grade I listed Piece Hall and historic Borough Market are within a short walking distance of the property.”
Offers are invited for the sale of the property although a lease proposition will be considered.