New occupiers move into Exeter High Street

Exeter High Street

South West property consultants Vickery Holman and their client, Yelverton Properties, are delighted to announce that new occupiers, Brook Tavener Ltd,  are moving into 43-44 High Street, Exeter. The unit has been unoccupied since the devastating fire in October 2016 which ripped through the iconic Royal Clarence Hotel and the buildings nearby. Exeter’s High Street was left with several badly damaged retail units which have remained empty for years while extensive repairs and renovations were carried out.  The property offers over 1500 sq feet in a prime location, and was jointly marketed by Vickery Holman and Savills on behalf of Yelverton Properties.

‘This is great news for Exeters’s High Street. The property is in one of busiest areas in Exeter, next to newly opened Trailfinders and other prime independent shops. The building has been totally renovated and refurbished to a high standard, and we are thrilled that Brook Tavener Ltd are starting their fit out, in time for an Easter 2023 launch. ‘ says Zach Maiden, Commercial Agent and Head of Vickery Holman’s Exeter office. ‘Brook Tavener is a gentlemen’s tailors with a 110 year history, providing high quality menswear around the world – and now in Exeter. It was never in doubt that Yelverton Properties wanted to invest in the building, as they completely believe in Exeter and its growth. That faith showed itself in the speculative renovation they undertook, and has been vindicated by the new tenancy on market terms of a very exciting retailer moving into the South West.’

The last remaining unit is a kiosk premises at 45 High Street, Exeter, offering approx. 450 sq feet in a prime location near Cathedral Green and independent retailers. Interested parties should contact Zach Maiden in the Exeter office of Vickery Holman.

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