Wolverhampton’s leisure and retail sectors are thriving with the likelihood of further growth in the near-future. If you are a company looking to get started in Wolverhampton getting a complete picture of the spaces in which you can base your business can seem a tough task.
This is where Commercial Property Broker comes in. We make sure that you are clear about all the options available for your business before you invest in one particular site. This way you know you’re making an informed decision – and one that should add value to your business through drawing in passing trade.
We’ll be sure that you know what’s available in locations including the city centre, on the major retail parks at Bentley Bridge and on the Bilston Road, and within Wolverhampton’s main shopping malls.
Most retailers look to set up shop in the city centre. Major high street names are found on Victoria Street, Dudley Street, and Lichfield Street. It’s here that you’ll find the Sony Centre. The Mander and Wulfrun are the main retail and leisure complexes in the city. Units here benefit from annual footfall that reaches into the millions – there’s space for cafés, coffee shops and boutiques depending on your business.
If you’re selling larger items and need a showroom facility there are retail parks just outside the city centre and on the outskirts. The St John’s Retail Park, for example, is just outside the central ring road and a prime location if you’re providing furniture and software, or if you need space for a gym or health spa.
One of our advisors will chat through what you’re after in Wolverhampton – how much space you need and so on. And we’ll help with admin and contracts to get everything settled.