CBRE’s Leeds-based industrial agency team has been appointed to market the Express Way warehouse unit on the Wakefield Europort distribution park.
This follows the team’s recent appointment to market three additional properties, totalling 255,000 sq ft in size, all around junction 31 of the M62 in West Yorkshire. The Express Way warehouse unit is 121,402 sq ft in size.
CBRE is a commercial property and real estate services adviser with offices across the country, including in Leeds and Sheffield.
An 108,518 sq ft warehouse is available to let on Don Pedro Avenue in Normanton, an additional 84,000 sq ft industrial/warehousing unit with headquarter offices is ready for occupation at Pioneer Business Park on Pioneer Way in Castleford, and Building 1000 at Link 62 on Premier Way South in Normanton adds another 66,147sq ft unit which can be let.
Toby Vernon, senior director, industrial agency, CBRE, said: “The four properties vary in size but all offer modern industrial and warehousing accommodation finished to a very high specification in a prime West Yorkshire location.
“Occupier demand in this location remains good and we are currently dealing with some significant enquiries.”
CBRE said that junction 31 of the M62 is regarded as “one of the major distribution hubs in the North of England”. The M1 intersection is two miles to the west and the A1(M) 4.5 miles to the east. Occupiers who have operations within the area include Argos, TK Maxx and DHL.
CBRE said that when occupied, the properties may generate local employment opportunities and will make a positive contribution to the local economy, boosting property take-up levels within the region.