Assembly Rooms
The Assembly Rooms, Newcastle Upon Tyne.
Rebecca Wayman

Grade II building in prominent Newcastle city centre location now on the market

The Assembly Rooms in Newcastle’s city centre has just gone on the market.

The Grade II-listed Georgian building has been occupied for the past 40 years and has been operating as a nightlife and events destination.

The Fenkle Street property has a 4am licence in place for all levels of the building, including the external forecourt, which supposedly makes the opportunity ‘one-of-a-kind’ for an occupier, with no other opportunities in the market offering this kind of licence.

The 32,389 sq ft building is available in whole or can be split between the ground floor and upper floors.

Mark Convery, property agent at Sanderson Weatherall, commented on the news, saying: “This is a unique opportunity for a leisure occupier to acquire a stunning space in one of Newcastle City Centre’s landmark buildings.

“The Assembly Rooms is located amongst some of the city’s most popular nightlife destinations, including The Diamond Strip, historic Bigg Market and Aspers Casino.”

He added: “It also benefits from Newcastle Central Station and Metro stations being within walking distance.

“We expect to see plenty of interest in the property so would advise interested parties to arrange viewings as soon as possible.”

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