Major mixed use development in Crewe Town Centre consisting of 8 screen cinema, Bowl, Restaurant, Gym, Retail, 450 space MSCP and new bus interchange.
Web Site - royalarcadecrewe.co.uk
A two-storey state of the art McDonalds restaurant unit in the Centre of Walsall Town Centre, The successful restaurant chain which has table service, interactive tables, iPads, wireless charging and of course the usual menu which includes salads, wraps and vegetarian options, will be a welcome addition to this form derelict site.
Other operators on site include:
- 60 bed Travelodge Hotel hotel
- Explore Learning
Regency Wharf II
A high quality restaurant venue adjacent to Hyatt Regency Hotel and Gas Street Basin, in Birmingham conference, leisure and business district.
-Zinc (Conran Restaurants)
Premier leisure location on Broad Street, Birmingham. 200,000
sq.ft of Cinema, Nightclubs, Café, Bars, Restaurants and Casino. 500 car spaces,
£45 million completed development value.
Hard Rock Cafe, Waxy O'Connors, Nandos, Grosvenor Casinos, Pure Gym, Revolution Bar
Swan Centre Leisure
The £25 million contemporary leisure development in the heart of Eatleigh, Hampshire which forms the extension to the Swan Shopping Centre was completed in 2010. The leisure development carried out by Cordwell, partner to Eastleigh Borough Council and Swan Shopping Centre owners Scottish Amicable, is now occupied by Vue Cinemas, AMF Bowl, Prezzo, Frankie & Bennys, Nandos, Real China, Coffee Republic, Break Bar, The Loft and Gambado.
The development has acted as the catalyst for the regeneration of the town centre since opening in 2010.
St John's Street
The restoration of this 'Georgian Walkway' provided three sensitively designed cafe, bar and restaurants situated in the heart of this popular North Yorkshire Spa town.
Located within a central conservation area Cordwell demolished old warehouses and restaurants surrounded by listed Georgian properties to create a harmonious infill site in local materials which blended into the neighbouring ambiance. Occupiers include Pitcher & Piano, Wolverhampton & Dudley Breweries plc and La Tasca Restaurants Ltd.
Regency Wharf I
Cordwell in association with Richardson Developments undertook this 40,000 sq.ft restoration of a waterside group of grade II listed Victorian buildings to comprise A3 leisure use with three cafe/bar/restaurants/night clubs. Let to Walkabout Inns (part of Regent Inns Plc), Wolverhampton and Dudley Breweries and Pubmaster Plc.
The site was totally derelict and visually unappealing. Cordwell refurbished and restored these buildings built in 1850 by Birmingham architect Martin Chamberlain. The result was the creation of a new destination venue in Broad Street which is still popular to this day.
Leeds College of Art and Design selected Cordwell to undertake the refurbishment and extension of their former art college in the centre of Leeds having transferred to a nearby site.
Cordwell immediately undertoolk consultations with the conservation officer who prized the building because of its important historical and artistic connections with Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth.
Cordwell's refurbishment and extension was well received, transforming the building into a vibrant destination venue fully pre-let to Regent Inns plc.
Cordwell Property acquired this 12 screen Odeon Cinema together with a 700 space NCP car park. Through asset management this important site in the heart of Sheffield is positioned opposite the Crucible on Arundel Gate was totally refurbished and improved to form part of a sale package to an overseas investor.
Cordwell purchased this long established cinema location in the heart of Barnsley Town Centre prior to agreeing a letting with Parkway Entertainment. Following an extensive modernisation of the current building, the new cinema opened for business in September 2007.
The cinema is dedicated to showing the best of the current releases with a strong emphasis on family entertaiment. The cinema is situated in the town centre opposite the bus and rail interchange and within a moments walk of the long stay car park.
Cordwell acquired this prominent site on Arundel Gate opposite the Crucible Theatre in Sheffield City Centre. The complex housed a derelict nightclub, formerly known as the 'Roxy', which was completely refurbished and pre-let to O2 Academy, the UK's top live music venue.
Together with Odeon cinema the O2 Academy and the 700 space NCP Car Park formed an investment sale package to an overseas investor.
Cordwell conceptualised, introduced and negotiated the purchase of this multi leisure scheme to Richardson Developments who undertook this Major City Centre urban regeneration scheme of the former Daily Mirror Printing Factory. It comprises of 395,000 sq.ft leisure, plus a new bus terminal and car parking.
Occupiers include: IMAX Cinema, UGI Cinema, Hard Rock Cafe, Tiger Tiger, Holmes Place, Wagamamas, Waxy O'Connors, and Henry J Beans