Nottingham-based retail and leisure commercial property agent, Box Property, has secured its seventh premises on behalf of specialty coffee roaster 200 Degrees, with a new shop on Division Street in Sheffield city centre.
Set to open on 4 June, the 83-seater coffee shop will provide the same handcrafted fresh food and artisan coffee the brand is lauded for across the UK.
Box Property founders Ben Tebbutt and Frankie Labbate have been working with 200 Degrees since its first shop opened in Nottingham in 2014 and has secured all of its seven premises to date in Nottingham, Leeds, Birmingham, Cardiff, Leicester and now Sheffield.
Ben said: “In addition to great coffee and service, customers want individual, stylish and comfortable spaces to relax in and 200 Degrees continue to set that benchmark.
“Being on the journey with 200 Degrees founders Tom and Rob from the outset has been incredible; seeing the growth and success of the business while staying true to its values is brilliant to see.
“As with its other locations, we know the Sheffield coffee shop will be well received – it’s in a fantastic location and Sheffield is a vibrant city with a great café culture.”
200 Degrees is known not just for its coffee but also its selection of sandwiches, salads, soups and cakes which are made fresh on the premises each day and for using its own roasted beans, which can be bought online. With plans to open more shops, including another one later this year, Box Property continues its search for unique premises across the country.
Rob Darby, co-founder and director at 200 Degrees, said: “We want to bring our handcrafted approach to as many people and places as possible and we’re excited to be breaking into Sheffield’s food and drink scene.
“It’s important to us to offer our customers not just quality coffee and food, but also a great location they can relax in, be it to meet friends, family or to work. Box Property understand the importance of finding unique and distinctive properties which align with our brand and we look forward to seeing what they find for us next.”