February 6, 2017
Salmon Harvester Properties’ (SHP) eagerly awaited Mulberry Walk Development in Mere Green, Sutton Coldfield opened doors last week, with additional letting to Warren’s Bakery, the oldest Cornish Pasty producer in the World, confirmed.
The completion of new areas of public realm, such as external seating for restaurant units on a new pedestrian walkway, a village square and a dedicated 75 space car park, ensure that the of 55,361 sq ft retail and leisure space provides a totally new customer experience.
A series of openings by key tenants including Renato Lounge, the latest outlet from independent café bar and restaurant chain Loungers, and leading optician, Specsavers, has seen the scheme come closer to achieving its ambition to be the new town centre of Birmingham’s most fashionable suburbs.
The openings follow the signing of Warren’s Bakery for a 1,000 sq ft shop on a 10-year lease at £25,000 a year. Mulberry Walk is now 65 per cent let with only a single and double restaurant remaining. Other occupiers scheduled to open include Marks & Spencer Simply Food, Boots, Greene King, Prezzo, Café Nero and Card Factory.
Rorie Henderson, Development Director at SHP commented: “We are delighted to welcome Warren’s Bakery to Mulberry Walk and to see so many retailers continue to register their interest. There is an impressive line-up of opening scheduled over the comings months and we are confident that Mulberry Walk will deliver a fantastic shopping and dining experience from day one and for many years to come.’’
Letting agents are Rowley Hughes Thompson and DMR Property.