By Jennifer Rigby, Jennifer Rigby Jennifer Rigby Jennifer Rigby2009-07-22T08:10:00+01:00
Scottish restaurant group Massimo Restaurants has signed up to open its sixth Scottish restaurant at the Maxim office park development in Lanarkshire, Scotland.
It will take an 8,726 sq ft restaurant on a 15 year lease at an initial rent of £173,940 a year.
The restaurant is expected to open by autumn this year.
Massimo has been operating for 13 years across Scotland and offers Italian, contemporary food.
Ryden and CBRE acted for Maxim.
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