Private investor buys new Co-op store in Harrogate

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Acting on behalf of a North-East based private investor, Cushman & Wakefield has advised on the purchase of the new Co-operative store on road in .

The store, which will open to the public shortly, extends to 4,201 sq ft on a site of 0.41 acres which was formerly home to a Morrisons Local.

The deal was completed at a purchase price of £950,000 reflecting a yield of 5.18%.

Gagan Jagpal of Cushman & Wakefield’s Investment team in Newcastle acted for the purchaser and said:

The location and secure long-term income make this a highly desirable investment, which stands out against many of the other convenience food opportunities. Cushman & Wakefield’s reach enabled us to source this opportunity off- with a 48-hour legal process securing the purchase in a fiercely competitive .

Christopher Dee acted for the vendor in the transaction.

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