All the best things come in small packages

2 Bond Court provides the facilities, access arrangements and comfort of a large modern office building in a office designed for smaller space occupiers. 2 Bond Court has been completely remodelled and refurbished to provide the best quality office space for small floor plate occupiers, fronting a popular area of pedestrianised public open space in the heart of Leeds City Centre. Tenants who take 2,460 sq ft have the prestigious position of being sole occupants of a floor.

Take a moment to click through the images of the completed building in our gallery section, which we hope will give you an understanding of the quality of the property.

Accommodation

The floor plates have been designed to be flexible enough to accommodate five size variations between 1,000 sq ft – 2,460 sq ft.

Floor Square Feet Square Metres   Status
Fifth 2,460 sq ft 228.5 sq m   Let
Fourth 2,460 sq ft 228.5 sq m   Available
Third 2,460 sq ft 228.5 sq m   Available
Second 2,460 sq ft 228.5 sq m   Available
First A 1,460 sq ft 135.6sq m   Let
First B 1,000 sq ft 92.9 sq m   Available
Ground Unit A 1,085 sq ft 100.8 sq m   Let
Ground Unit B 985 sq ft 91.5 sq m   Let
Basement Store A 700 sq ft 65 sq m   Let
Basement Store B 300 sq ft 27.9 sq m   Let
Basement Store C 135 sq ft 12.5 sq m   Let
TOTAL 15,478 sq ft 1,437.9 sq m    

Space options

The total floor area available is 2,460 sq ft, which may be split as shown with partitions located between the windows. This plan shows the various suite sizes which can be achieved. Each suite size is subject to final measurement.

New Lettings



Specification

  • Complete refurbishment including new contemporary reception lobby, new windows, floors ceilings and walls
  • Secure building with video entrance system
  • Contemporary designed toilets and common areas
  • Club quality male and female changing areas
  • New 13 person passenger lift
  • LG7 compliant lighting
  • Comfort Cooling
  • Stores and bicycle racks in the basement
  • BREEAM Very Good
  • Award winning developer


Location

2 Bond Court is in the heart of Leeds’ office district, providing excellent access to the local transport hubs, including access to a wide range of amenities including Restaurants, Cafes and Deli’s. Bond Court itself is a pedestrianised area of public open space, featuring seating and a Petanque Pitch which is in use throughout the year.

Bond Court is also at the start of the retail quarter adjacent to many of the citys main Bank Branches. The retail quarter provides some of the best retail experience in the North of England.

  • 2 Bond Court
  • HSBC
  • Lloyds Banking Group
  • Santander
  • Piccolinos
  • Caffe Nero
  • Tesco Metro
  • Deloittes
  • Boots
  • Trinity
  • Park Plaza Hotel
  • Leeds Train Station
  • The Queens Hotel
  • City Square
  • The Restaurant Bar & Grill
  • Sous Le Nez Restaurant
  • Bank of England
  • Starbucks
  • Zurich
  • Pizza Express
  • Park Square Gardens
  • Leeds Town Hall
  • Art Galleries
  • Radisson SAS Hotel
  • Marks & Spencer
  • Harvey Nichols
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Latest Press Releases

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Bond Court Becomes The Destination In Leeds
August 5, 2014

Espresso bar and cantina, La Bottega Milanese, is the latest high quality eatery to open

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Bond Court Becomes The Destination In Leeds
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Espresso bar and cantina, La Bottega Milanese, is the latest high quality eatery to open its doors onto the refurbished Bond Court square.

The company has taken 1085 sq ft in Wilton Developments’ 2 Bond Court. The company is set to offer artisan coffees, patisserie and continental snacks to the thousands of customers passing through the only pedestrianized plaza in the heart of Leeds’ Central Business District.

The square is located between Park Row, Greek Street, East Parade and Infirmary Street. Overlooked by the proposed new £12 million Dakota boutique hotel, founded by Malmaison creator Ken McCulloch, La Bottega Milanese lies adjacent to the popular Bond Court petanque pitch, chess board and seating area, which itself has undergone recent investment and improvement by Leeds City Council and Wilton Developments.

Jason Stowe from Wilton Developments said; “Bond Court square has undergone a renaissance. We have realised our joint investment with Leeds City Council as it has encouraged occupiers and visitors to embrace the environment, creating a bustling plaza and a genuine high quality destination for businesses.”

La Bottega Milanese secured the Best Café Bar at the Oliver industry awards and was the first late night espresso bar to open in the city. Founder Alex Galantino said: “This development complements our cantina in The Light and will be an oasis for busy office workers and visitors to escape and enjoy the exceptionally fine quality coffees our team of baristi creates.”

2 Bond Court offers 12,200 sq ft of exceptionally high quality office space over five floors, available in suites of 1,000 sq ft upwards. Since its multimillion pound refurbishment it has become home to Liberty Mutual Insurance, Directorbank and Costa Coffee. DTZ and WSB are joint agents on the office element of the scheme and Pudney Shuttleworth secured the deal on the ground floor retail accommodation.

June 2014

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Bond Court Refurbishment Works Completed
October 23, 2013

Work to upgrade and refurbish Bond Court in Leeds City Centre has now been completed.

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Bond Court Refurbishment Works Completed
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Work to upgrade and refurbish Bond Court in Leeds City Centre has now been completed.

The project funded jointly by Leeds City Council and property developers Midland House Ltd has seen the area being repaved in granite, six new trees planted and new seating has now been provided. The petanque pitch has been retained and chess boards have been incorporated into the new seating area.

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All media are invited to a photo opportunity at 8.30am on Friday 25th October at Bond Court to see the completed scheme. Cllr Richard Lewis and Jason Stowe of Wilton Developments will be available for interviews and pictures.

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It is hoped that the work is the first step of a wider refurbishment of Bond Court, which may involve an extension of the high quality granite paving throughout the whole square, to complement proposed redevelopments of nearby buildings.

The work is part of Leeds City Council’s continued drive to ensure the city centre is an attractive destination for visitors and businesses. Work has also been completed on the busy Dortmund Square on The Headrow.

Cllr Richard Lewis, Leeds City Council executive board member for development and the economy said:

“This scheme is a good example of how to achieve improvements to the city centre in a testing economic climate through working with the private sector to bring about refurbishments.

“By using really high quality materials in this scheme, we have set the standard for the next phase of the refurbishment of the area.

“Bond Court has the potential to be a real asset for the city centre’s business district and a genuine high quality destination for businesses”

Jason Stowe, managing director of Leeds based Wilton Developments said:

“Bond Court is a very important square for the city, being only one of a few office plaza’s in Leeds where the buildings are not separated from the public space of the square by traffic.

“The Square has so much more to offer its occupants and people using the Square, which we feel with a little investment can be realised. It is our intention to encourage other owners and occupiers to embrace the Square rather than backing on to it. As a forward thinking investor, Midland House see the advantage of investing private monies in to publicly owned space for the benefit of all.”

 

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Bond Court to receive facelift this summer
May 17, 2013

Bond Court in the city centre of Leeds will be refurbished and upgraded later this

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Bond Court in the city centre of Leeds will be refurbished and upgraded later this year.

Leeds City Council in partnership with building owner Midland House Ltd (advised by Wilton Developments), will fund the project which will see the square located between Park Row, Greek Street, East Parade and Infirmary transformed into a new office plaza space.

The project will involve planting six new trees, repaving part of the square in granite and providing high-quality seating. The Petanque Pitch is to be retained and chess boards are to be incorporated into the new seating area.

Groundwork Leeds has been appointed as the Landscape Architect and contract administrator with work expecting to begin on the site in June.

Cllr Richard Lewis, Leeds City Council executive board member for development and the economy said:

“The council is delighted to be working in partnership with Wilton Developments to bring about the refurbishment of the square. This is a good example of improving the public realm for our residents and visitors.”

“The square is one of the city centre’s promotional & event spaces and the work that is being carried out will provide a fantastic new space for this part of the city and breathe new life into it.”

Jason Stowe, managing director of Leeds based Wilton Developments said:

“Bond Court is a very important square for the city, being only one of a few office plaza’s in Leeds where the buildings are not separated from the public space of the square by traffic.”

“The Square has so much more to offer its occupants and people using the Square, which we feel with a little investment can be realized. It is our intention to encourage other owners and occupiers to embrace the Square rather than backing on to it. As a forward thinking investor, Midland House see the advantage of investing private monies in to publicly owned space for the benefit of all.”

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Private equity recruiters Directorbank joins growing list of occupiers at 2 Bond Court
May 1, 2012

The Leeds office of DTZ, part of UGL Services, a division of UGL Limited (ASX:

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Private equity recruiters Directorbank joins growing list of occupiers at 2 Bond Court
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The Leeds office of DTZ, part of UGL Services, a division of UGL Limited (ASX: UGL), has successfully completed a letting at Wilton Developments’ 2 Bond Court office scheme to Directorbank, the leading provider of executive, non-executive and interim directors to the private equity industry.

The company has taken 1,480 sq ft of space on the first floor of the building on a five year lease. DTZ acted on behalf of Wilton Developments, whilst Edward Symmons represented Directorbank.

Wilton Developments purchased the property, formerly known as Midland House, in September 2010 and recently completed a major refurbishment and modernisation programme to deliver 15,250 sq ft of Grade A office space, with individual suites available from 1,000 sq ft.

<>The refurbishment works included, a new modern reception with video phone entry system, a 13 person lift, comfort cooling, gym quality changing rooms, stores and bicycle rack at basement level and contemporary designed toilets.

Eamon Fox, Associate Director at DTZ in Leeds, commented: “2 Bond Court is a great example of how a substantial refurbishment has helped to breathe new life into a building and attract high profile occupiers seeking centrally located, quality accommodation. The scheme is now well placed to meet demand for Grade A accommodation in Leeds city centre, in particular demand from smaller occupiers who are seeking an alternative to expensive serviced accommodation.”

Ken Brotherston, Executive Chairmanat Directorbank Group, said of the move: “2 Bond Court immediately caught our attention due to its prime location in Leeds’ central business district, the availability of high quality accommodation and access to our client base.”

Richard Corby of Edward Symmons added: “2 Bond Court has quickly established itself as a prestigious business location, attracting high calibre occupiers. Following an exhaustive search of premises within the city centre, the scheme came out as the clear choice for Directorbank.”

The latest letting to Directorbank follows a flurry of recent deals at the scheme, including insurance firm, Liberty Mutual, whilst Costa Coffee has also taken occupation of the ground floor of the building.

Current Availability

There are currently a number of suites available to let in the
building. The table adjacent lists the current status of each floor.
There are a number of size splits for suites on each floor between
1,000 sqft to 2,460 sq ft (a whole floor). Please contact the
retained agents for further details.

* Areas subject to final measure.
For your space planning requirements a CAD format of the floor
plans is available.

Floor Square Feet Square Metres Status
Fifth 2,460 sq ft 228.5 sq m Let to Liberty Mutual
Fourth 2,460 sq ft 228.5 sq m Available
Third 2,460 sq ft 228.5 sq m Available
Second 2,460 sq ft 228.5 sq m Available
First A 1,460 sq ft 135.6sq m Let to Directorbank
First B 1,000 sq ft 92.9 sq m Available
Ground Unit A 1,085 sq ft 100.8 sq m Let to Costa Coffee
Ground Unit B 985 sq ft 91.5 sq m Let to La Bottega Milanese
Basement Store A 700 sq ft 65 sq m Let to Costa Coffee
Basement Store B 300 sq ft 27.9 sq m Let to La Bottega Milanese
Basement Store C 135 sq ft 12.5 sq m Let
TOTAL 15,478 sq ft 1,437.9 sq m  

Contact

Duncan Senior

dsenior@wsbproperty.co.uk

Developer

Wilton Developments
10 South Parade
Leeds LS1 5QS

0113 386 3380
www.wiltondevelopments.co.uk