Marshall’s Mill and The Round Foundry welcomes new tenants

Marshalls Mill

Strong demand for office space continues at Leeds’ leading business location, Marshall’s Mill and The Round Foundry, which has welcomed two new tenants along with an additional two renewals.

The first of the new arrivals is Fenner Drives, a Michelin Group company that provides specialised hardware for data centres, distribution centres and other industries. Fenner Drives is taking 1,951 sq ft on the sixth floor in Marshall’s Mill on a five-year lease.

They will be joined by SEO and digital marketing agency Spike Digital, which is relocating from its present site at Burley in Leeds and has agreed terms for 1,470 sq. ft in Marshall’s Court on a three-year lease.

Digital agencies Boutique Media and Bolser, have also renewed their leases. Boutique Media has renewed for a further three years on the 2,995 sq ft self-contained office space at 6 Saw Mill Yard, within The Round Foundry, and Bolser has committed to a further five years at Marshall’s Court, where they have 2,775 sq ft on the ground floor.

The Round Foundry and Marshall’s Mill estates offer a range of contemporary spaces set in heritage buildings which benefit from excellent transport links, ample parking and a buzzing social scene with popular outdoor spaces. Leeds train station just a short walk away.

Elizabeth Ridler, partner at Knight Frank, said: “Demand for office space has remained strong throughout 2021 and we anticipate that interest will increase well into 2022. Businesses are looking for versatile space that enables WFH flexibility but also offers staff benefits from a location and well-being perspective.

“Marshall’s Mill and The Round Foundry remain one of Leeds most popular and enduring locations.”

Rob Powell, director at Spike Media, said: “We chose Marshall’s Court because of its central location and the ability to scale-up our office space as the team grows.  We also liked the character and community feel of the offices, which has become increasingly important to our employees. “.

The deals were managed by joint agents for the scheme, Creative Space Management and Knight Frank.

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