A prominent Swansea city centre building which was once home to a popular Italian restaurant is on the market.
The building, located at 18 & 20 Princess Way, is fondly remembered as the old Mamma Mia, which served pizza by the metre and closed its doors back in 2018.
Since its sudden closure the large unit has remained empty despite its prominent spot in the city centre.
But it has now been advertised for sale for £1.1 million, with signs showing there could be new life for the business.
Lambert Smith Hampton is marketing the end terrace four storey building, which was constructed in the 1950s/60s.
It says the majority of the ground floor is set as a restaurant with a separate access and ground floor reception serving the upper floors.
Its description says the building is of concrete frame construction with brick, rendered and panel elevations beneath flat roofs. An extensive car parking area exists to the rear of the premises.
Director at Lambert Smith Hampton, Jason Thorne said: “We’ve currently have one offer on the table from someone who wants to bring a mix of commercial to the ground floor and a residential to the upper floors.
“We have been marketing the property for a good nine months and have had three offers.
“It is quite a unique building, it is freehold and there is not many like that in the centre of Swansea.”
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There are plans afoot by Swansea Council to develop that area of the city centre, with a proposal to create a new ‘City Square’ in close proximity to the building as part of its Swansea Central development.
“It could be a prime pitch property,” Mr Thorne added.