Leeds based property company, Adair Paxton, has relocated its Horsforth headquarters into a modern office building just off Town Street, as part of the company’s continued expansion programme.
The company’s new 3,000 sq ft premises, at Jason House on Kerry Hill, offer an impressive open plan office space complete with a suite of meeting rooms, kitchen and breakout areas.
Adair Paxton was founded in 1859 and offers a full range of residential and commercial property services, with particular specialisms in property and block management, as well as sales and lettings.
The company was previously headquartered on Horsforth’s Station Road, opposite its residential sales and lettings office.
The new office will complement the existing Horsforth office, as well as its Leeds city centre office, which it expanded into 18 months ago, in a prime location on Wellington Street.
Simon Dalingwater, a director at Adair Paxton, said: “Expanding into Jason House gives us a modern working environment that will accommodate our ongoing growth, so it’s an exciting time for Adair Paxton.
“We’ve recently appointed a new director of operations and finance, an office manager, an assistant property manager in our block management division, and we’re now recruiting for a residential property manager to join our lettings team and an accounts administrator.
“As a longstanding Horsforth based business, we are delighted to have secured this prestigious building, in the heart of the town centre. Ultimately it will enable our commercial, residential and block management teams to collaborate even more effectively, which will further enhance the high standard of service that our clients enjoy.”
Adair Paxton has a long history in Leeds and celebrated its 160-year anniversary in 2019. The company currently employs a 42 strong team who operate throughout Leeds, West Yorkshire and beyond.
Its commercial team manage a wide range of well-known commercial property assets throughout Leeds including the famous Leeds Corn Exchange, Thornton’s Arcade, which is the oldest covered shopping street in Leeds, Carlton Mills Trading Estate in Armley and Roundhouse Business Park, on the outskirts of Leeds.
In the last 12 months alone, Adair Paxton’s residential division has let and sold all types of homes, ranging from smart one-bedroom apartments in Leeds city centre through to large £1million plus country houses across Leeds, Otley and Wakefield.