Listed former mill restored to provide office suites and apartments

Work is complete on a new serviced office development within a Grade II listed former Victorian mill building in Bradford city centre.

The 19 Grade A office suites range in size from 150 to 600 sq ft and form part of the Conditioning House development. 

The multi-million pound mixed-use scheme has been developed by Yorkshire based Priestley Group and also includes 166 luxury residential apartments, a gym and café, with a covered atrium at the heart of the development.

Serviced ground floor offices will be managed by Priestley Group’s ‘Worx’ office brand and are ready to move into from February.

Every suite benefits from a communal reception area and meeting rooms, free use of the on-site gym, and overnight security.

Georgia Nicholson, asset manager at Priestley Investments, said: “We’re thrilled to complete work on this latest phase of Conditioning House.

“Brand-new Grade A office suites in and around Bradford are few and far between and especially in historic Grade II listed buildings that have been sensitively restored to such an exceptional standard. 

“Crucially, the development is also in a highly sought-after location, with all Foster Square Retail Park’s shops and amenities on the doorstep.

“Bradford Forster Square railway station is an easy eight-minute walk away and there’s the added advantage of free on-street parking right outside the building. 

“As a result, we’re already attracting high levels of interest from businesses that want a genuine statement office space, in a creative and entrepreneurial environment, where they can grow and thrive.”

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