Wealth management firm The Private Office (TPO) has doubled the size of its offices at the site by taking 4,000 sq ft on the second floor of Sterling House, one of the three self-contained buildings which comprise the 50,000 sq ft Bourse.
Meanwhile Allport Cargo Services, which has moved from the nearby City Point office buildings, has taken 3,500 sq ft on the top floor of Sterling House. The rent is £17.50 per sq ft.
The Bourse, which was bought out of receivership by Opus North in conjunction with Palmer Capital for £7.4m in 2011, has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment.
Its 20 tenants include multi-national office occupiers and retailers including William Hill, Evans Cycles and two convenience food operators.
Bond House and Equity House are now fully let, apart from 2,400 sq ft of office space available on one floor of Equity House.
Andrew Duncan, managing director of Opus North, said: “These two deals are another chapter in the success story of The Bourse. The Private Office, who are already tenants, have doubled the size of their offices, which is a resounding endorsement of the development.
“We are also delighted that a company of the calibre of Allport Cargo Services has taken space at the Bourse. This letting, together with the strong interest shown in the remaining space in Equity House, vindicates our decision to buy this very special office complex.”
He added: “There is now a strong financial services sector presence in the Bourse, including companies such as Portfolio Evaluation, JLT, TPO and Robert Half. The building is superbly located in the commercial and retail heart of Leeds and is close to Yorkshire’s excellent motorway network, as well as being next door to the station.”
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