Sunday, June 16, 2024

Leftfield acquires two warehouses totalling 94,000 sq ft at Thornbury Industrial Park Bradford

Specialist investment firm Leftfield has acquired two brand new, mid-box speculative industrial properties.

The units totaling 94,674 sq ft on Thornbury Industrial Park in Bradford, were bought from property developer Marshall CDP. CBRE acted on behalf of Leftfield and Carter Towler advised Marshall CDP. 

Leftfield continues to add to its growing portfolio with the purchase of the final two mid-box units on the industrial park. Unit A comprises a 39,435 sq ft warehouse with 2,667 sq ft ground and first floor office accommodation whilst Unit C, housed on a 3.62 acre area, comprises a 49,357 sq ft warehouse with 3,215 sq ft of office space to the ground and first floors.   

Both Grade A speculatively built units, completed in July this year, are vacant and available for immediate occupation.

Thornbury Industrial Park on Gain Lane is Bradford’s newest industrial location with the final phase of development providing three brand new units. Tenants on the estate include Astonish, Marsylka Manufacturing, Optimum Medical, Woodlands and Candy Hero.

Nico Fourie, CEO of Leftfield, said: “Demand for well located, high specification properties remains high in this underserved sector. We are excited to add these two excellent units to Leftfield’s Fund III, which continues to expand in key strategic locations.”

The units are available to let via CBRE, Carter Towler and JLL.

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