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Robin Beagley 


07733 895927

3 Brewery Wharf, Dock Street, Leeds, LS10 1JF


An opportunity to join this thriving & vibrant waterfront neighbourhood

Situated on the south bank of the River Aire opposite The Calls, Brewery Wharf offers a vibrant mix of offices, bars, restaurants, residential apartments and hotels along with amenities including a Sainsbury’s Local, Jurys Inn Hotel, Yum Yum, Café 212, Ciao Bella and Cha Lounge.

A popular area in the heart of the emerging Southbank, Brewery Wharf has a significant and diverse workplace population including architects, engineers, recruiters, specialist retail marketing agencies and branding and digital marketing agencies. Combined with its resident community, and the vibrant public open space, it provides its own unmistakable character.


This ground floor unit is in the heart of Brewery and comprises a total of approximately 5,000 sq ft.  Currently stripped back to a bare shell, this is a blank canvas to which we are inviting interest from a variety of potential occupiers to explore delivering bespoke Offices / Studio / Leisure/Retail / Workspace. With the ability to tailor a finishes to an occupiers bespoke requirements, 3 Brewery Place offers some of the most unique creative workspace in the city.

Brewery Wharf is location for businesses looking to differentiate their approach to their workspace environment, with the scheme offering a tranquil waterfront, car free, outdoor space within a thriving and well-established mixed-use business, residential and leisure community.  Whether it’s grabbing a coffee with colleagues at one of the café bars or seeking headspace on a lunchtime run or cycle ride along the waterfront, Brewery Wharf really is an urban oasis in the heart of the city.

For further information on this unique and exciting opportunity within this vibrant waterside development please call WSB 


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Size 5000 (sq ft)
Rent £25.00

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