Situated across the new landmark bridge from the Arena and a stone’s throw from the city’s market and primary shopping areas, the Cupid Way development will become an independent shopping and dining quarter for the city. Plans include residential apartments, car parking for 600 cars, retail units and restaurants.
Sitting proudly between the beach and the city centre, Copr Bay will be a vibrant and memorable destination, appealing to a wide audience of residents, local workers, students and over 4.7million annual tourists. Already a major catalyst for change in the city, the breadth of this district’s offer, facilities and public spaces will draw more people, business and investment into the city.
Not only will Copr Bay create a new urban neighbourhood for the city, it will drive forward Swansea’s ambitions to be a leading leisure destination, with world-class entertainment, arts and culture.
Projects Director, RivingtonHark
Located centrally in the run of kiosks on Cupid Way are two digital shopfronts, providing the opportunity for businesses in the city to advertise, adjacent units to add to their presence, and to promote events, advertising and community information. Invitations are sought from parties which have a track record in advertising and specifically the use of digital format screens.
Subdivision possible for units 2, 4 & 6, and units 8 & 10. Please contact us for more information.
|Unit||sq m||sq ft|
|Unit 2||54.5 m²||586.6 sq ft|
|Unit 4||49.2 m²||529.6 sq ft|
|Unit 6||33.6 m²||361.7 sq ft|
|Unit 8||34.7 m²||373.5 sq ft|
|Unit 10||52.0 m²||559.7 sq ft|
|Unit 14: level 2||259.7 m²||2,975 sq ft|
|Unit 14: level 1||117.5 m²||1264.8 sq ft|
|Unit 14: level 0||26.4 m²||284.2 sq ft|
If you would like to discuss a leasing opportunity at Copr Bay, please contact John Gard at RivingtonHark, or Jonathan Hicks at Swansea Council.