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Take a pizza the action in Glasgow

OPERATORS looking for a slice of the action in Glasgow city centre might be interested in a leasehold pizza restaurant and takeaway, which has come onto the books of CDLH.

The former Pizza Crolla and Dino’s outlets on Hope Street, opposite Central Station, are said to occupy a location with “huge potential” for passing daytime and evening trade, as well as late night footfall from the surrounding bars and clubs and the taxi rank opposite.

An incoming tenant will have the opportunity to operate a successful and profitable business.

“The units are situated in a prime trading position benefiting from key income drivers,” said Kevin Hunter of CDLH, who is handling the letting.
“The units are in walk-in condition and fully equipped.
“We have no doubt that an incoming tenant will have a great opportunity to operate a highly successful and highly profitable business from this immediately available leasehold opportunity.”
Meanwhile, the agent has sold the lease for the former Local bar on Glasgow’s Sauchiehall Street to the former operator of the Captain’s Rest live music bar on Great Western Road.
“We commenced marketing in the summer and had an exceptionally high volume of interested parties, with a number of proposals from multiple operators,” said Alan Creevy, who handled the sale.
“The successful tenant has a strong and enviable reputation for live music events and, indeed, previously occupied the former Captain’s Rest 
on Great Western Road.
“We have absolutely no doubt the premises will quickly establish themselves on the map within Glasgow as a first class live entertainment venue and assist in securing Sauchiehall Street’s reputation for live music within Scotland.”

Image – The Pizza Crolla and Dino’s outlets opposite Glasgow’s Central Station are available to lease.

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