Situated at ground floor level, the 27,500 sq ft space will house the brand new purpose-built state of the art bingo club, at an estimated cost of £5 million. Patrons at the venue will be well served with free car parking and tram and bus stops located opposite the entrance.
Ocean Terminal offers a mix of retail, leisure and dining options as well as coffee shops, 24-hour Pure Gym, 12 screen Vue Cinema and Scotland’s leading tourist attraction, The Royal Yacht Britannia. The bingo club, when it opens next year, is set to substantially enhance the leisure offering at Ocean Terminal.
Brian Fraser founder of Club 3000 Bingo said, “We are excited to be involved in this new project and look forward to opening this club next year to add to the growing portfolio of our existing 23 clubs. It promises to be one of the best clubs ever developed in the UK.”
Chris Richardson, Managing Director of Ambassador Investments Ltd, the Scottish owner of Ocean Terminal, commented: “We are delighted to welcome Club 3000 Bingo to Ocean Terminal. Its modern approach to creating an environment for a great night out fits seamlessly with our wider leisure offering and we look forward to the club opening its doors next year. We have ambitious plans for the centre and Club 3000’s long-term commitment to Ocean Terminal is a tremendous seal of approval for what lies ahead.”
Donald Syme who acted for the landlord in the lease negotiation added: “Leith is undergoing a huge regeneration, with more housing, transport links and businesses opening up. In its new location at Ocean Terminal, Club 3000 Bingo will enjoy a growing and thriving community. We’re looking forward to working with Brian and his team to make this one of the best bingo clubs in Scotland.”