The CBRE Leeds office offers leading property consultancy
to clients across the Yorkshire and North East region
Leeds Property Market
Address: Toronto Square, Toronto Street, Leeds, LS1 2HJ Telephone No: 0113 394 8800
We are a multi-disciplinary team providing comprehensive real estate advice to a variety of clients. Recent expansions to our service lines include the Specialist Markets, SIPP management and Petroleum and Automotive teams. We act on behalf of a diverse client base, from local to national clients including; Evans Property Group, Bruntwood, HSBC, Barclays, Highcross, Land Securities, CBRE Investors, M&G Real Estate, Threadneedle, Punch Taverns, Enterprise Inns, Marstons and Greene King. We have often reached the top levels of the CoStars 'Most Active Agent' table and in 2013, have already transacted over 150,000 sq.ft. of office deals.
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We currently have 1.3 million sq.ft of office space to let in the North East and are acquiring some 310,000 sq.ft. for a range of clients.
At present we are marketing circa 4m sq ft of industrial / warehousing space available across the Yorkshire, North Midlands and the North East.
We are negotiating over 200 lease consultancy cases across the region, covering all main property types.
Most prolific investment agent in Yorkshire & North East in 2012 with 26 acquisitions / disposals investments.
The team value over 15,000 commercial properties worth more than £100 billion each year.
Dedicated high street and out of town retail specialists.
Currently selling over 100 single assets, 25 lease consultancies on licensed and Leisure property, Team has valued over 2000 pub and leisure assets.
Servicing National rating work with an aggregate RV of £3.8bn.
The North East Property and Asset Management team currently manage over 200 properties and run 94 individual service charges.
The Petroleum & Automotive team were engaged in management or transactional work on approximately 20% of all petrol filling stations in the UK in 2012.