The former Kuda nightclub that occupied the Grade II listed property at 12 Clifford Street purchased by Grantside in March 2021 is set to re-open in time for the lifting of lockdown restrictions on 21st June 2021 under new management.
Legal negotiations are in an advanced stage and we hope to reveal more exciting news shortly.
Grantside has submitted its proposals for the redevelopment of 39 Charles and Norfolk Street, Sheffield to Sheffield City Council planners.
The Net Zero Carbon scheme is an architectural exemplar of design for Sheffield and is set to become a new landmark location in the heart of the cities commercial district. The 40,000 sq ft NIA building over 10 storeys has wellbeing and sustainability at its core and has been designed for multi-occupancy or single occupancy and provides excellent natural daylight, local controllable ventilation and terraces at each floor level giving access to outdoor space.
Grantside has submitted to Sheffield City Council its exciting new co-living development for Kelham Island.
Located on Bowling Green Street, the five storey scheme will offer 90 co-living studios and duplex studios with a building purpose designed for co-living, with a focus on wellbeing, sustainability and community living. It will offer resident facilities such as communal kitchens, roof top allotments, laundry/café facilities and dedicated working and rest zones. On the ground floor commercial units will offer space for start-up's, independent traders and entrepreneurs looking for creative and inspirational space to grow.
Grantside has has teamed up with York developer North Star to but the former Mecca Bingo building in Fishergate, York.
The property is located on a gateway site into the City on Fishergate just on the edge of the city centre. The building was purpose built as a bingo venue in the early 2000's by Mecca Bingo Ltd but the site has long been associated as an entertainment venue.
Grantside and North Star will be evaluating the site opportunities and constraints and appraising re-development opportunities to bring forward a scheme suitable for this location.
Grantside has entered into a joint venture agreement with leading York developer North Star to purchase the former Kuda nightclub on Clifford Street in York.
The historic property is also home to the very popular York Dungeon attraction.
The property dates back to the late 1800s and was originally built as a teaching institute and its external architecture and internal features are a fine example of late Victorian style.
We see this as a prime investment asset opportunity in the City of York and will be re-marketing the space to attract a new operator for the nightclub space in readiness for the national reopening date for nightclubs of 21st June 2021.
Grantside has been progressing its ideas and concepts for its co-living and co-working scheme in Sheffield's Kelham Island that is to be named The Hive.
The scheme will be design and built around people, community and wellbeing and will be Kelham Islands first Zero Carbon residential building, a pre-application process has been conducted with Sheffield City Council and the design team will now start engagement with Kelham Island residents, businesses and stakeholders to listen to views and feedback to further develop the proposals before submitting a planning application later in the year.
Grantside has leased the last remaining retail unit at its site on Norfolk Street in Sheffield to charity organisation Sharewear Clothing Scheme.
Sharewear provide emergency clothing, shoes and bedding to people currently in crisis and Grantside is delighted to be able to assist with providing a centre in Sheffield city centre.
For further information visit www.sharewearclothingscheme.org
Following completion of the acquisition of the former Aircraft & Commercial (Tools) Ltd site in September 2020 Grantside has been developing concepts schemes for the redevelopment of the site and will be bringing forward an exciting and imaginative co-living and co-working scheme that will focus on people, wellbeing and community.
The scheme will embrace sustainable and environmental standards and will deliver Kelham Islands first Zero Carbon building.
Grantside with its joint venture partner, North Star, has acquired a confidential prime development site in the centre of the City of York to re-develop.
This is the first collaboration between developer's Grantside and North Star and will see an exciting scheme brought forwards in 2021.
Grantside has acquired the former Aircraft & Commercial (Tools) Ltd site in Kelham Island, Sheffield for redevelopment.
Once the beating heart of industry, Kelham Island is one of Sheffield's oldest manufacturing sites. The manmade island was formed in the 1100s, when a stream was diverted to power a nearby mill. However, as industrial activity has moved on, the area has undergone a significant transformation in recent yeas and quietly become one of the most exciting and vibrant parts of the city.
The remains of the numerous cutlery and steel works, factories and workshops is part of what gives the area its distinct charm, except nowadays these buildings house everything from indie shopping to microbreweries and galleries.
You can find out more by clicking this link Kelham Island
A creative and enthusiastic design team is being assembled to bring forward an exciting and imaginative development scheme for this prime location in Sheffield.
Grantside has formed a collaboration joint venture partnership with North Star in York to acquire and develop strategic and key development sites across the City.
Bringing together a combination of resources and skills the companies aim to deliver multiple projects across a range of property sectors.
North Star has established itself as Yorkshire's premier creative property asset management company maximising the value of projects through its dynamic and ambitious approach - adding value and delivering award-winning end results.
North Star is bringing forward ambitious projects for the city, including;
The Gas Works, York
See more on North Star at www.northstarim.com
Grantside has completed a letting to Turning Point at its Navigation Yard premises in Wakefield.
Founded in 1964, Turning Point are a leading social enterprise, providing health and social care services in over 300 locations across England.
They work with people who need support with drug and alcohol use, mental health, offending behaviour, unemployment issues and people with learning disabilities. Their aim is to inspire and empower people to discover new possibilities in their lives.
Turning Point supported 114,159 people in 2019/20.
For more information visit www.turning-point.co.uk
Grantside has leased space to Glass Onion at its Norfolk Street site in Sheffield city centre for them to open a new 'brand new second hand' vintage clothing store.
Glass Onion started off selling vintage out of founder, Johns, Grandma's coal shed in 2006. 14 years later from a story that started with 2 people they have grown to a team of over 45 working together to keep their customers happy.
Check out Glass Onion online at www.glass-onion.com
Unity Yoga Sheffield have created a new Yoga and wellness studio at Grantsides' Norfolk Street site in the heart of Sheffield City Centre.
Grantside has completed the purchase of 39-43 Charles Street adjoining its existing site at 188 Norfolk Street to create a viable development opportunity within the heart of Sheffield's commercial quarter.
The design team is currently being assembled to bring forward a landmark new development in this key city centre location.