dh/tud/06 / Rightbiz
Newly available within this increasingly sought-after locale is this A3 premises situated on the outskirts of Cardiff City Centre within the vibrant Riverside district. Currently trading as a pizzeria, this property is available with a wide selection of fixtures and fittings, including a purpose built pizza oven.
Cardiff’s Tudor Street is currently undergoing a multi-million pound regeneration programme designed to create an attractive and vibrant shopping area for the local community and visitors to the Riverside area.
This property is also ideally positioned to take advantage of its proximity to the Principality Stadium's 74,000 patron capacity as well as the local community.
Located within a two minute walk from the popular river Taff and the comprehensive attractions of the capital city, Riverside has a diverse community and a much varied selection of bespoke and independent traders.
A new Lease is available for a duration to be agreed.
Rent: £1,200.00 pcm.
Fees: £2,500.00 Plus VAT.
Premium: £15,000.00, inclusive of fixtures and fittings.
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