Butler - Digital Staff Writer
£2m refurbishment of a historic Grade II-listed building in Leeds city centre
is close to completion, with new office space set to hit the market.
transformation of 56 Wellington Street, with the building dating back to 1873,
will provide 10,254 sq ft of prime grade A office space over six floors in the
city's professional district.
its original ornate façade, this historic building which started life as a cloth
warehouse has been comprehensively redeveloped and reinvented to provide modern
unique and original period features have been maintained and enhanced.
building is being developed by Harrogate-based property company Westcourt
Group, which bought the site in 2019.
Hodgson, managing director of Westcourt Group, said: "This is a truly
unique building that we have sensitively reinvented to provide Grade A
workspace with an attention to detail that that really accentuates the
building’s heritage, whilst importantly bringing it into the 21st century."
Beagley, partner at Leeds based property consultancy WSB, who is marketing the
offices on behalf of landlord, added: "Westcourt have made every effort to
incorporate exposed brickwork, original timber beams and cast-iron columns that
play a major role in the building's new look.
are inspired by their surroundings which is why 56 Wellington Street provides
the ideal working environment, with character at its heart."
the project is completed in April, the new office space will be available to
let through joint marketing agents WSB Property Consultants and Harvey Burns