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12 Jul 2018

Leeds City Council has completed the acquisition of three high-quality speculative warehouse units at Logic Leeds on the Leeds City Region Enterprise Zone.

The completed units which are ready for occupation, form the 100,000 sq ft Trilogy @ Logic scheme a, and have been sold to the city council by Muse.

Each unit benefits from a high-quality specifications, including an eaves height of 8 metres, ground level loading, integrated office and welfare facilities, along with a secure service yard and parking area.

Trilogy @ Logic is set within Muse Developments’ wider Logic Leeds scheme, located in the Leeds City Region Enterprise Zone, at J45 of the M1. The  business park is already home to retail giants John Lewis and Amazon, and will shortly welcome Premier Farnell to a new 361,000 sq ft facility, which is under construction.

Leeds City Council’s executive member for regeneration, transport and planning councillor Richard Lewis said: “The new units are a strong addition to the council’s investment portfolio and provide much-needed space for inward investment and growing businesses.

“The enterprise zone has already become home to a range of businesses including a number of Leeds based companies and is extremely accessible with the park and ride bus services providing fast, frequent and high quality connections to Leeds city centre.”

Roger Marsh OBE, Chair of Leeds City Region Enterprise Partnership added: "Leeds City Region Enterprise Zone has continued to go from strength to strength. This new space which is now part of the council's investment portfolio is located on a development which we have gotten a lot of attention from national and international occupiers over the last 12 months. I'm believe these new units will attract the attention of inward investors not only because of their high specification but also the Enterprise Zone's location and connectivity as a result of its position at Junction 45 of the M1."