Leading global real estate firm, Cushman & Wakefield, have revealed that they are set to jointly market an established business park in Leeds following its extensive refurbishment.
The London-based property development and investment company, Gatsby Group, announced yesterday that it had completed the £200,000 refurbishment of ‘Landmark Court’. Letting agents Carter Towler and Cushman & Wakefield are set to jointly market the facility.
Commenting on the business park, Harry Finney of Cushman & Wakefield’s Office agency team in Leeds, said: “We are delighted to launch the buildings to market following a significant refurbishment. The buildings provide the design, quality and specification required by a modern office occupier and benefit from excellent access to Junction 2 of the M621 motorway.”
Landmark Court comprises of seven detached self-contained office buildings set within a landscaped site on Elland Road, one mile south of Leeds city centre.
Thre are currently three buildings available to let, with space ranging between 2,790 sq ft and 8,780 sq ft of office space. Existing occupiers at the park include Leeds City Council, EDSB Fire & Security, Instrumental and Callidus.
Highlighting the fantastic letting opportunity, Philip Shopland-Reed, Associate at Carter Towler commented: “Landmark Court is in a great location just minutes from the city centre and with the motorway junction only a stone’s throw away.”
Philip adds: “The estate was waiting for an injection of capital to improve the immediate surroundings and the quality of the space on offer on the business park, which is exactly what Gatsby has done. The buildings now offer excellent quality office space with parking ratios rarely seen in the city.”