The building has had a £7m refurbishment. Credit: via Space PR

Keepmoat takes Leeds space

The housebuilder will base its West Yorkshire division at Shelborn’s refurbished South Central, close to the White Rose shopping centre, taking close to 6,700 sq ft on a 10-year lease.

CBRE’s office agency team, alongside joint agents Knight Frank, secured the letting, with Avison Young representing Keepmoat.

South Central on Global Avenue has undergone a full renovation programme, with the former Barclays space overhauled by landlord Shelborn Asset Management in a £7m project.

With more than 75,300 sq ft of office accommodation, occupiers can now enjoy a gym, showers, business lounge and outdoor meeting space.

The deal is the third to complete following the refurb, with existing tenants Aon and Inseego already in occupation. The building is now EPC A-rated.

Alex Hailey, senior director at CBRE said: “South Central offers modern, stylish and welcoming sustainable workspace, which minimally impacts the environment – a key driver in occupier demands in the Leeds office market.

“This refurbished office space is appealing to occupiers seeking accommodation that attracts and retains the best talent. It’s in an excellent location on a spacious, leafy green site and has first class transport links, as well as the amenities of the nearby White Rose Shopping Centre.”

Mark Rabinowitz of Shelborn said: “We are delighted to welcome Keepmoat to the South Central business community. The amenity-rich building and location, coupled with its south after green credentials, makes it a compelling option for anyone looking for office space in and around Leeds.”

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