A surface car park for over 20 years, this gateway site was developed as an iconic mixed use building occupying a prominent site in close proximity to Leeds railway station.

One of the first mixed use developments in Leeds, at 32 storeys, Bridgewater is the tallest building in Yorkshire and provides 234,000 sq ft of Grade A offices,16,000 sq ft of retail 201 residential apartments. Tenants include Eversheds, Ernst & Young, DWF, GHD, Tesco and Starbucks

The development of this building has spearheaded the regeneration of whole of the South Bank area in Leeds including Granary Wharf,the Round Foundry Leeds and CEG’s South Bank.

Project type /

Mixed Use

Project value /

£100m

Completion /

2008