Let Agreed For Large Central Greenock Warehouse

Posted on: 27 February 2024

Let Agreed For large Central Greenock Warehouse

A new long-term tenancy has been agreed for a former nightclub and bar on Dalrymple Street, iconic within Greenock's main leisure and night time area for the past 30 years.

Located adjacent to the A770 main road, the property is set across two levels with front and side entrances with high visibility.

The ground floor area currently provides a bar area with associated seating areas and a small stage, as well as a small office, welfare facilities, and access to the cellar.

Access to the first floor is via a stairwell from the ground floor, with this bright and welcoming space ideal for a range of uses. The current layout has a large bar, DJ booth, seating area, dance floor, and raised stage area.

Parking is available on-street as well as on Roslin Street, with a local authority car park adjacent with 30+ spaces. 

The property has roller shutter security, as well as gas and electric supplies. Please note there is no current heating system in situ.

Further details of the new tenant shall follow upon completion of the missives.

204 Dalrymple Street

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