Mixed Use Developments
Cordwell, in association with Peveril Securities have been selected by Chester East Council to develop a major mixed used leisure and retail scheme, car park and bus station in the centre of Crewe.
The scheme will offer more than 90,000sqft of retail space in addition to an 8 screen cinema, gym and restaurants.
Colliers, Kinght Frank and New Street Commercial are already in discussions with a leading cinema and gym operator together with a major household name retailer to anchor the scheme.
Hotel, Restaurants, Retail
A major mixed use development scheme in the Centre of Walsall Town Centre.
The development, which will be completed in 2018 consists of a 60 bed Travelodge Hotel and 35,000 sq ft of retail space and a 2 storey McDonalds Restaurant
The development offer 128 studios over 7 floors with ground floor facilities including common rooms, cycle store and launderette facilities.
William Warrack, Joint Managing Director of Cordwell said ‘ The location of this scheme is ideal for student accommodation, it runs through the heart of the University Campus and parallel to West Street which is popular with students but also has superb access to the public tram service and convenience shops less than fifty yards away’.
Cordwell have commissioned Corstophine & Wright Architects to design the transformation of the former Assay Office Site and it’s hoped that the scheme will be on site early next year.
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
Broad Street Tower
Cordwell in association with Richardson Developments has received planning consent to redevelop this £150 million mixed use tower on a 1.5 acre site in the heart of Birmingham's Westside Convention Quarter.
The new tower will include 20,000 sq.ft of retail and leisure units, a 190 bedroom hotel and 344 city living apartments with parking for 294 vehicles.
The podium will have its own rooftop garden and is designed to provide a private amenity area sperate from the public realm of Broad Street.
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 beat strong competition and were selected by Calthorpe Estates for their development consultancy expertise. This major mixed use commercial / leisure / residential scheme is opposite the world famous international cricket venue at Edgbaston.
The scheme includes 322 apartments, completed and pre sold by Redrow Homes, an Aldi food store and a further commercial phase which will include a 200 Hotel, cafes, bars, restaurants, retail and other leisure opportunities.