Bradford city centre building re-opens as office space…

Bradford city centre building re-opens as office space after £2 million refurb

THE future is looking bright for a Bradford city centre office building.

The Latitude Building, at 1 The Interchange, on Nelson Street, re-opened in December after being closed since 2019.

After Leeds-based businessman Harry Sekhon of Madison Offices bought the building, it underwent a £2 million refurbishment to turn to turn the building into modern office space.

And so far, the six-floor building has been popular with new and prospective tenants.

Zeb Iqbal, Head of Acquisitions at Madison Offices, said: “Within two months, we have two floors rented out and there is potentially another two floors that could be rented out soon.”

“The building has 60,000 square feet of grade A office space with 116 spaces of under croft car parking,” said Mr Iqbal. “It’s the perfect location for commuters as the train and bus station is right on your doorstep.

“We’re reaching out to young entrepreneurs as we want to put Bradford on the map.

“We’ve always believed that Bradford is a sleeping giant.

“We’re hoping that the building will all be let out by April.”

Mr Iqbal also said that the Latitude Building will be hosting a Bradford Chamber of Commerce property event from 8am to 10am next Tuesday (February 20).

He said the networking event will be attended by more than 50 property professionals.

“With the City of Culture 2025 nearly here, people are always looking for opportunities,” added Mr Iqbal.