Former restaurant site in city’s leisure district launches to market

Former restaurant site in city’s leisure district launches to market

The former Bollywood Lounge restaurant in Wakefield is being launched to market.

Located within the city’s  leisure and entertainment district, the 4,000 sq ft property is currently in a semi-shell state with an open plan layout.

There are a number of car parks in close proximity to the restaurant, including a council park with around 60 spaces that offers free parking between 6pm and 8am.

Property consultant Sanderson Weatherall has been appointed to sell the freehold interest of the restaurant.

Jonathon White, agent in Sanderson Weatherall’s Leeds office, said: “Whilst there are plenty of opportunities available to rent in Wakefield, freehold properties remain few and far between. The space occupies an incredibly desirable location in Wakefield’s prime leisure destination with Wakefield Westgate railway station just 500 metres away.”

“Potential occupiers would be in great company with surrounding businesses including Harry’s Bar, The Black Horse, The Old Print Works, Warehouse 23 and Prego Pizzeria to name a few.

“Whilst the space would suit a restaurateur we feel that it would also be fitting for a wide range of leisure uses, subject to the relevant planning consents, and would be interested in speaking to all potential occupiers about their options.”