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Seven companies move into Grade-I listed Leeds landmark

Marketing / 24 Jul, 17

The Leeming Building in Leeds has become the new home of seven businesses since opening its doors in April 2017 following an extensive refurbishment, with a total of 70% of the space either let or under offer.

The scheme has attracted two new businesses to Leeds; Cream Consultancy a PR company previously based in Barnsley and LA Marzocco an internationally renowned producer of handmade Italian coffee machines.

Other occupiers include two specialist recruitment companies, Amsource Technology and Catalyst, two design agencies, Analogue and Common Room Design and Planet Sport a sports media specialist.

Constructed in 1904 and originally conceived as the traders’ offices for the Leeds City Markets, this Grade I listed building, which sits next to the new Victoria Gate and John Lewis development, has undergone an extensive refurbishment to re-model the space, delivering design led workspace for various business sizes.

With the interior design drawing on Scandinavian influence, the refurbishment works include a new reception area and communal break-out spaces, with high specification suites that include LED lighting and air conditioning.

Letting agent in our Leeds office Tom Goode commented, “The Leeming Building is delivering some of the most innovative workspaces for small business in the city. They set out to create an exciting, unique and flexible working environment for small enterprises in Leeds, and the response we’ve had since launching the newly refurbished space is testament to achieving exactly that.”

Sanderson Weatherall and WSB Property Consultants are appointed by Development Managers TPS on behalf of Freshwater Group and acted on each of the transactions.

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