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Urban Logistics REIT Secures Let at Leeds’ Sixty2 Warehouse

Urban Logistics REIT has agreed to a letting of a prime 64,603 sq ft warehouse to Aspire Furniture at their ‘Sixty2’ development on Bruntcliffe Way, Morley in Leeds.

The Barnsley-based Aspire Furniture is a bed maker that is expanding to accommodate the manufacturing arm of its business and is set to create at least 100 jobs in the area over the next three years.

CBRE’s Industrial team is a joint agent with M1 Agency, who secured the letting just weeks after the building’s refurbishment completed.

Commenting on the letting, Urban Logistics REIT Asset Manager, Ben Sawbridge, said: “It is fantastic for the building to be let so soon following the completion of the refurbishment works which gives us continued confidence in the market. I look forward to seeing Aspire Furniture flourish and grow in their new premises.”

Meanwhile, CBRE Industrial team Leeds’ Danielle Raunjak added: “This latest letting to expanding Yorkshire business Aspire Furniture in a well-positioned warehouse in West Yorkshire is testament to the increasing demand for shed space of this specification and quality. This is ideal space to accommodate the company’s growing manufacturing facility, and we are delighted to help the business fulfil its growth plans.”

The specialist manufacturer and distributor of handcrafted beds, mattresses and furniture will occupy the unit, which comprises of 59,570 sq ft of warehouse space with 5,000 sq ft of high quality, ground floor office accommodation.

Sixty2 is situated within a prime location at the Leeds 27 industrial estate in West Yorkshire and benefits from excellent motorway networks.

Highlighting the benefits of the location, Aspire Furniture CEO Paul Murphy commented: “Sixty2 Leeds provides us with a base in which we can expand substantially. Aspire Furniture supply to multiple high profile retailers and sell directly via, and this move will provide the capacity to power further expansion in the UK and give us the space we need to execute our ambitious export plans.”

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