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Commercial property company Bruntwood has concluded a pair of deals for 14 King Street in Leeds, which means that all of the available office space at the building has now been filled.

Barton Willmore LLP has decided to lease 1,322 sq ft of floor space while 3Volution LLP has taken 1,507 sq ft. They will join high-profile existing occupiers such as the Co-Operative Bank, Healthcare Locums and Charles Stanley.

The fact that 14 King Street is now at 100 per cent occupancy demonstrates the success of the refurbishment programme undertaken by Bruntwood several years ago. Acquired by the commercial property company in 2007, 14 King Street was then given a brand new reception facing onto Quebec Street and King Street as part of a major overhaul. Prospective customers were invited to look around from late 2008 onwards.

The modern office space at 14 King Street has been equipped to the highest specifications. There are raised floors, suspended ceilings, lifts and even bicycle storage. The building also benefits from 24-hour access and a dedicated onsite customer service team.
Adam Selka, sales surveyor at Bruntwood, stressed that the company views every property as a long-term investment. He explained: "Our aim is to develop vibrant and well-functioning places that create the right environment for the success of our customers."
In related news, Bruntwood has progressed details of the redevelopment plans for another Leeds property. City House, which is situated directly above the city's main train station, will offer 120,000 sq ft of Leeds office space when it is completed in 2013.

Craig Burrow, Director of Leeds at Bruntwood, explained: "We want to produce an iconic building that Leeds can be proud of."

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