Deals carried out by the firm include lettings at the Link 606 business par, as well as a 1,500 sq ft suite of offices at the Grade II listed Kenburgh House in the city centre and the sale of Skipton Chambers on North Parade to Leeds-based BLG Property off an asking price of £255,000.
Shazad Mahmood, associate director at Eddisons, said: “This has been a particularly busy four months for us and the number and wide variety of property deals that we have been involved in this spring and summer is a tremendously encouraging indicator of Bradford’s increasing economic success.
“Investment in the city, with projects such as the Broadway Centre helping to increase confidence, is really starting to pay off and the much talked about ‘Westfield effect’ is becoming a reality.”
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