Historic Stratford shopping centre sold in £1.85 million deal - The Leamington Observer

Historic Stratford shopping centre sold in £1.85 million deal

A HISTORIC shopping centre in Stratford is under new ownership after being sold for £1.85 million.

The Minories, in Henley Street, has been sold to Jewellery Quarter-based Sutton Carter Investments by Leamington commercial property firm ehB Reeves.

The centre comprises nine units, including the Grade II-listed premises housing Edinburgh Woollen Mill, and the El Greco restaurant.

The mixed retail and restaurant complex is expected to generate an annual income of nearly £172,000.

Simon Hain, director of ehB Reeves, said: “This sale protects the immediate future of one of Stratford’s best-known shopping areas and we’re delighted to have secured the deal.

“The properties comprise a mixture of period half-timbered buildings through to modern, contemporary purpose-built retail units.”

“The development is likely to stay in its current format and will hopefully flourish under its new ownership.”



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