Catering brands choose Ely
Published: 03 February, 2017
Chosen Bun and Arbuckles join line up at Ely leisure village
Turnstone Estates and its funding partner Standard Life Investments have secured two further tenants at Ely leisure village in East Cambridgeshire. Burger takeaway and delivery company Chosen Bun and local family-owned diner Arbuckles, will be joining Cineworld, McDonalds, Costa Coffee, Frankie & Benny’s, Hungry Horse and KFC, when the new leisure destination opens at the end of April 2017.
Chosen Bun has taken Unit 8b, comprising 1,001 sq ft, on a 25-year lease with a break in year 15 and Arbuckles has signed a 25-year lease on Unit 3, comprising 3,315 sq ft.
Turnstone director Tim Deacon said: “We have a great choice of restaurants to support our anchor tenant Cineworld, which is now fitting out its state-of-the-art cinema, ready for opening in May. There is no leisure provision north of Cambridge and coupled with the proposed swimming and leisure centre in phase two, this is set to be become a major leisure destination.”
Letting and investment agents for Turnstone are Carter Jonas and Wareing & Partners.