Sutton Kersh Commercial has been appointed to market a prime leisure property in the Ropewalks area, within Liverpool city centre.
The property is arranged over four floors, extending in total to over 8,200 sq ft, with double frontage access from Seel Street and Fleet Street.
It benefits from preparation works for leisure uses and has planning consent in place for a bar, nightclub or restaurant.
Although falling within a cumulative impact area which restricts the granting of new licences, the premises have a bar licence until 2am, seven nights a week already in place, which will be transferred to the new tenant, as part of the tenancy agreement.
Jonathan Owen, Commercial Agency Director at Sutton Kersh said: 'We believe licensed premises opportunities within the Ropewalks will be limited for new ventures and therefore this is likely to create stronger demand and will enhance premiums within the market.
'The Special Cumulative Impact Policy, introduced by the Licensing Authority, is operative in the Ropewalks area and will severely reduce the number of licence applications being approved in the future.'
Sutton Kersh is inviting offers in the region of £75,000 per annum for the premises, which are currently in a 'shell' condition.
The Ropewalks area is a prime leisure circuit which includes Concert Square, Cream, Alma de Cuba and The Peacock.
It is also close to many of the university buildings and student residences.