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NEW BOUTIQUE RETAIL & CAFÉ QUARTER IN HEART OF COLCHESTER ON MARKET

NEW BOUTIQUE RETAIL & CAFÉ QUARTER IN HEART OF COLCHESTER ON MARKET

Friday, 29 September 2017

 

 

Acting on behalf of CBRE Global Investors, local commercial property experts Whybrow are now sole agents of Red Lion Yard in the town centre of Colchester.

 

With 6 units available ranging from 216 sq ft – 652 sq ft, Whybrow are looking forward to working alongside local and expanding businesses to give Colchester the shops and café’s which are sought after.

 

Ewan Dodds BSc FRICS, acting surveyor and CEO at Whybrow, said "we are delighted to act for our clients on this prestigious instruction. Being active as Landlords is important to our clients and we look forward to working with them on finding the right tenants for these rare units in Lion Walk."

 

For further details or if you would like some professional marketing advice, or would like to enquire about the availability at Red Lion Yard, please contact us.

 

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