Office space services provider Bruntwood has received planning permission for a scheme to breathe new life into Leeds building City House, located directly above the city's mainline railway station.
The 14-storey, 120,000 sq ft of city building will be converted by Bruntwood into office space standard with a BREEAM Excellent rating.
"City House will benefit from meticulous design, precision craftsmanship and the highest quality materials to ensure it impresses on every level," said Craig Burrow, Bruntwood's director of Leeds.
"The building will be priced to appeal to a wide range of occupiers and our aim is to develop vibrant and well-functioning places that create the right environments for our customers to succeed."
Plans for the building include designs for a modern new reception area with a mezzanine feature, staffed by a team dedicated to welcoming and informing occupants and visitors alike.
Burrow added: "Our proposals include re-cladding the building’s exterior, remodelling the pedestrian entrance and public realm and creating additional access to the basement car park."
Bruntwood's purchase of City House in July 2010 has meant that the company owns five commercial properties in Leeds, all offering office space.
The company's portfolio also includes serviced offices in Manchester, Birmingham and Liverpool.
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