In the pipeline: 5 new developments and venues heading your way!

Out with the old and in with the new, eh? join us, dear reader, as we say ‘si’thee’ to 2022 and welcome in 2023 with a hearty  ‘ayup’.


Billed as a cultural gathering of Sheffield’s best flavours, sights and sounds, the highly anticipated Cambridge Street Collective is beginning to take shape. The circa 20,000 sq ft industrial space will be run by the Milestone Group, who also own successful Neepsend food hall Cutlery Works, and is tipped to host a number of eateries, bars and retail units.


Gaumont building

The former home of Embrace nightclub is set to become a new leisure venue opening next year, operating under an as of yet unannounced company. The historic building, which originally opened in 1927 as the Regent Theatre before becoming the in 1946, is also subject to a planning application proposing a significant facelift to see the current red steel frame completely removed and replaced with a contemporary design defined by attractive living walls on the outside.


Events Central

A key part of vital plans to reinvigorate Fargate, the 6-storey Events Central building – which hosted its first cultural events this year – has stepped up its search for an operator to continue developing the building. The plans certainly looks exciting: co-working/exhibition spaces, a café/juice bar and a 200-cap music venue – all in one vibrant hub!


Isaacs Building, Pinstone St

Isaacs Building, Pinstone St

You might have seen a large amount of work taking place over on Pinstone Street, where Isaacs Building, Athol House and Burgess House are two major developments set to open in February – offering high-quality homes, over 18,000 sq ft of retail opportunities and workspace.


radisson blu

Construction of the flagship hotel on Pinstone Street is well underway, and the venue is expected towards the end of 2023. Replacing Barkers Pool House on Burgess Street will be a second complementary building, containing the majority of the hotel’s 154 bedrooms. Serving to enhance Sheffield’s social scene, a rooftop bar, restaurant and terrace is also planned for the hotel, which will look out over the Peace Gardens. Upmarket ground-level retail and food and beverage units are another promising feature of the new development.


A few places opened their doors amidst the dying embers of 2022. Start the year off right by showing this lot some love!

Founders & Co.

New food hall on Eccy Road
Hospitality business Revolution Group ARE planning to create a new food hall in the vacant Gothic church building at 605 Ecclesall Road. If approved, the new food hall, set to be named Founders & Co., will offer a restaurant, bar and local business hub with space for retail and work meetings as well as outdoor seating.

Harmony Works

Planning consent has been granted to create a new music hub and live music space in the former gas company offices on Commercial Street. Sheffield Music Academy submitted full planning and listed building applications to Sheffield City Council earlier this year for the conversion of the grade II*-listed Canada House on Commercial Street into ‘Harmony Works’, a new new development which includes a performance space for an audience of 300, two rehearsal rooms accommodating 80 musicians, 15 smaller ensemble rehearsal rooms, 20 individual practice rooms and a substantial instrument store.

Happy’s Bar

Happy's Bar
Lively cocktail joint with American diner vibes now open next door to the Parrot Club.


Innovative Mexican street food joint, throwing out mighty tacos and tequila at Dyson Place.

Whaletown Coffee Co.

The popular Crookes-based coffee shop has opened a second venue inside Sheffield Plate at Orchard Square.

Garden Kitchen

A new all-vegetarian café now open on Devonshire Street


Brewski in West One Plaza

North American comfort food specialists opened their new Sheffield site, based in the former home of OHM at West One Plaza.

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