123 Albion Street
- Commercial, Retail, Developments
- up to 65,000 sq ft
On your marks, get set, 123 Albion Street is open for business!
With huge floorplates, a fantastic location PLUS amazing views… 123 Albion Street offers an unrivalled space for your work place!
The property is situated in the centre of some of the city’s defined ‘Quarters’ (Arena, Financial, Retail & Civic) putting your business right in the heart of the action!
Comprising of up to 65,000 sq.ft of space with on site parking and fantastic facilities, 123 Albion Street also fronts several major bus routes and the main arterial road of Woodhouse Lane (to North Leeds), Great George St and Merrion St, as well as Albion Street.
Just a 10 minutes’ walk from Leeds Railway Station, it is adjacent to TCS’ largest asset, the Merrion Centre (reporting +11.2 million internal visitors in 2019) and opposite the St Johns (reporting circa 8.5 million people per annum). Additional Leeds shopping centres within a 5 minute walk include Trinity Leeds and the Victoria schemes.
The location benefits from numerous leisure and recreational facilities nearby with immediate retail and leisure occupiers being Turtle Bay, Vue Cinema, Prezzo and The Picture House.
More notably, the location has benefited from significant investment in recent years with the £60 million development of Leeds First Direct Arena which holds 13,500 people. This has acted as the catalyst for subsequent development projects with new student developments along Woodhouse Lane for both residential and education facilities.
£5m Refurbishment Complete
2021 saw the completion of a significant refurbishment programme of the newly named 123 Albion Street which delivered Grade A offices, new lifts, balconies and terraces, feature glazing, a newly modelled feature entrance atrium, private reception and ample parking with cycling storage and CitiCharge EV chargers, lockers and changing facilities.
StepChange Debt Charity announced that they were to make the property the home of their new, flagship Head Office for circa 1000 colleagues. (Read full story here)