One property let within a week of being launched to the market, and the firm is currently experiencing a renewed level of demand, predominantly from independent retailers.
Jeff Crabtree from Dacres Commercial said:
“These deals have all taken place over the last few weeks – with 9 Bondgate letting within the first week of release – proving that Otley is regaining its popularity as a thriving market town.
“20 New Market has been let to a private individual who has opened a café and delicatessen and 66 Boroughgate has been let to a company trading as The Otley Tap House, where the occupier intends to open a family friendly bar.
“Finally, Number 3 Mercury Row has been occupied by ‘Love 4 Bags’ who intend to trade handbags and ladies accessories from the property.
“Our latest lettings success demonstrates the town’s attractiveness to businesses, both large and small and this is likely to continue increasing as market conditions improve.
“The opening of our new flagship branch in Otley has also helped to reinforce Dacres’ commitment to the town and it is pleasing that clients are welcoming our proactive approach with a flurry of new instructions and lettings.”
Matthew Brear from Dacres Commercial said:
“During the economic downturn, retail property was hit particularly hard but confidence in Otley and the property market in general is on the up which is reflected by this latest raft of deals.”
Dacres Commercial has recently been instructed on 14 Boroughgate, which is located on one of Otley’s main thoroughfares, close to the High Street retailer Argos and Skipton Building Society.
“On the market to let for £18,000 per annum, it comprises a larger than average retail property which has recently been attractively refurbished and would suit a wide range of retail occupiers.”
The firm is also marketing two office suites at Chevin Mill totalling almost 4,000 square feet.
“These offices are part of a very successfully conversion and refurbishment of a former mill building.
Dacres Commercial operates from an office network that covers Leeds city centre, Ilkley, Skipton, Keighley, Harrogate and Otley. The firm is also part of leading estate agency firm Dacre, Son & Hartley.