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Prime Leeds mid box industrial new build at 62 Leeds launched to market

Unit 2 62 Leeds, a prime industrial unit has been launched to market in the established 62 Leeds logistics hub, helping to address the imbalance of regional shortages of new-build space versus strong occupier demand.

Impex Parts has appointed the Industrial agency teams at CBRE and Carter Towler to launch to market the 42,293 sq ft Unit 2 which is a prime, detached warehouse/distribution unit ready for immediate occupation.

62 Leeds is located off Gelderd Road just off J27 of the M62, and the acclaimed development is already home to occupiers including Lidl, Johnsons Dry Cleaners, Turners Accident Repair Centres and Unitrunk.

CBRE recently reported that the UK logistics market has recorded the highest quarterly take-up figures on record in Q2 2020, and at a regional level the Leeds team highlights an acute shortage of prime, high quality specification mid-box opportunities.

The Yorkshire mid-box market continues to perform exceptionally well despite the pandemic and the region is still experiencing robust levels of take up. The newly launched Unit 2 is anticipated to attract strong interest due to its strategic positioning and immediate availability.

Sophie Angus, associate director at CBRE Leeds, said: “Our recent research concluded that the UK logistics sector has experienced the highest quarterly take-up figures on record and we are certainly seeing continued strong occupier interest across the Yorkshire region, particularly in the mid-box category.

“We have seen little impact of the pandemic on deals agreed since lockdown and the mid-box market continues to be in good health. Unit 2 represents an excellent opportunity for an occupier seeking immediately available, high quality warehouse space and we anticipate strong interest as a result.”

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