Tower Works Wins Best Altered Building at Leeds Architecture Awards

The iconic Tower Works has won Best Altered Building at Leeds Architecture Awards. The category focused on a new use for an existing building and the judges thought Tower Works demonstrated very careful creative conservation of a historic and significant building. Designed by Bauman Lyons Architects Ltd for the Homes & Communities Agency, and managed and let by Creative Space Management, it has proved popular with occupiers.

The building was 50% pre-let by Creative Space Management prior to completion and reached 100% occupancy within the first year of operation with a total of 21 businesses taking space. There is now a waiting list for larger offices within the scheme which is hoped will trigger further development.

what our clients say

This is a creative environment and the companies that work here dare to be a little different and are early adopters of innovative technologies. Location and the building’s striking appearance are significant plus points. I think the environment allows us to raise our game.

Kris Barry, Director, Six Architecture and Design.

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