HOME FURNISHING retailers Multiyork and Betta Living are the latest names to move into a Yorkshire retail park.
The pair have signed 15 year leases with UK Commercial Property Trust for two new units, totalling 9,967 sq ft, at Junction 27 in Birstall, West Yorkshire. The spaces were created through the subdivision of the former Comet store after it went into administration in 2013.
Multiyork sells sofas and interiors, whilst Betta Living sells kitchens, fitted bedrooms, and bathrooms. The combined deals will increase the park’s income by £449,730 per annum.
The park, which specialises in home furnishings and technology, sits near Ikea and serves a core catchment of 1.5 million people.
DTZ represented UK Commercial Property Trust, Multiyork was represented by Innes England, and Dean House, trading as Betta Living, was represented by Cushman and Wakefield.