Whiteburn and London & Scottish Investments have signed a deal with Stack and Still, representing the country’s largest pancake and bar venue, now open at 100 West George Street. The deal completes the full letting of the building across 19,696 sq. ft., in total and hot on the heels of the letting to Spaces co-working that was announced in July.
Stack and Still, founded by Glasgow entrepreneur Paul Reynolds who is responsible for the highly successful Gin Spa, Gin 71 and Cup venues across the UK, is committing to a new 15 year lease on 6,935 sq. ft. across the ground and lower ground floors at 100 West George Street.
John Shepherd of Whiteburn said: “We are very pleased to announce the final letting at 100 West George Street to Stack and Still, that ideally complements Spaces customisable meeting rooms and offices. We have succeeded in transforming the whole building to encompass a new hub for start-up businesses, satellite offices, co-working and meeting space that is underpinned by a growing local restaurant and lifestyle operator with an established following.”
Whiteburn and L&SI carried out a complete DDA compliant landlord refurbishment with renewed services, in preparation for letting to Spaces for their own fitout, as well as creating a separately accessed restaurant unit that is now let to Stack and Still.