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GB Eye takes mid-box unit at Enterprise 36

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A fan-based merchandising group has signed up for a new 78,000 sq ft Sheffield warehouse at Enterprise 36. Our property editor, David Thame, reports.

CBRE Global Investors has secured a lease on its 77,906 sq ft industrial unit at Enterprise 36 industrial park in South Yorkshire just a month after acquiring the speculatively developed unit from Wilton Developments.  

Sheffield business GB eye Ltd, a leading licensed pop culture merchandise company, has signed a lease for Unit 2 at Enterprise 36 as a result of sustained growth.  

GB eye has been a leading name in posters and fan-based merchandise since 1986, with over 100 licences, significant agreements with key UK retailers and long-standing trade relationships. The firm supplies 20 football club shops, HMV and Asda Walmart, among others.

GB eye Ltd will be expanding into the new premises to support their growth plan following their recent acquisition by Abysse Corp Group.  Further deals will follow as Abysse steps up its UK presence.

Unit 2 at Enterprise 36 industrial park forms part of a four-unit scheme located in Tankersley, South Yorkshire. With deals completed by Wilton Developments last year on both Unit 3 and Unit 4 and work well underway on Unit 1, the successful letting of Unit 2 concludes the scheme.

“The deal demonstrates the high demand for Grade A, well located units along the M1 corridor and this is further compounded by the severe supply constraints,” said Danielle Raunjak in CBRE’s Leeds Industrial Agency team,

CBRE and joint agent CPP advised on the deal.

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