Hawthorn Lido Cinemas retail space leased to Hungarian patisserie

Hawthorn Lido Cinemas retail space leased to Hungarian patisserie
Hawthorn Lido Cinemas retail space leased to Hungarian patisserie

A shop in the Hawthorn Lido Cinemas complex, Victoria has been leased.

Hungarian patisserie Kurtosh, the Sydney-based eatery, has leased the 112 sqm space within the Lido Cinemas complex on Hawthorn’s Glenferrie Road.

Fitzroys Associate Director Chris James negotiated the lease at $85,000 per annum net.

He said the straight 10-year lease signed by Kurtosh highlighted the faith retailers have in the area, and in the cinema complex’s positioning on the popular shopping strip.

Kurtosh is known for its kürtőskalács - spiral Hungarian pastries also known as chimney cakes, and a range of other cakes and pastries.

The patisserie has just opened its fourth Sydney location at the new Darling Square precinct in Haymarket.

Kurtosh will join Axil Coffee Roasters, Huxtaburger, frozen yoghurt group Yo-Chi and and Venetian bar and restaurant Vaporetto within the building.

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