Tailor’s Corner featured in Estates Gazette, The Future of Leeds

21st July 2021

GPAD are pleased to share Estate Gazette’s latest video on The Future of Leeds. The half an hour video features projects across the city discusses Leeds can emerge from the pandemic and aim to be the best city in the UK.

From 21 minutes onwards the video is shot from the new roof terrace at Tailor’s Corner. In the video you can see the new terrace seating and planting as well as the views across the city. During the interview, Mark Wilson and Patrick Carter from Savills, discuss the demand for outside space in the city centre and how businesses and employees will be re-evaluating their priorities in the office space.

What was originally designed as a warehouse followed by retail for Hepworth’s clothing, the design for Tailor’s Corner includes a complete refurbishment of the façade, and the reinstatement of the traditional shop front. The interior has been refurbished with high quality office space and two new roof terraces.

Watch the full video here.

 

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