A new tenant is being sought for a retail unit at The Station in Richmond.
The unit will be available from November 1.
The unit is currently occupied by the artisan bakery, The Angel’s Share, which will continue to trade from a consolidated production and retail unit next door.
General manager of The Station Chris Brown said: “The Station is home to several highly successful independent food producers, and has become a real hub for showcasing the finest local produce and creativity.
“This is an exciting opportunity for a producer of high-quality food and/or drink, to join The Station’s fantastic line up of independent businesses, in a prominent retail and production unit along the old station platform.”
The Station welcomes more than 330,000 visitors every year.
The available unit benefits from a prominent location between the side entrance, which sees 60,000+ footfall per year and the main door, which sees 270,000+ footfall per year.
The unit offers 657 square feet of diverse space, opening directly onto The Station’s main Platform area, and includes a discrete galley style food preparation area, alongside flexible retail space.
The back of house areas include stores, service entrance (benefitting from large roller door delivery area), disabled WC and further food preparation area.
The Station is owned and operated by Richmondshire Building Preservation Trust; the charity that was formed in 2003 to save the old Richmond railway station.
All rent and service charges go straight back to the charity, to support the ongoing operation of The Station and investments in other heritage buildings at risk in Richmondshire.
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