EST 1908

Remade 2020

Once at the very heart of Britains textile industry, Leeds is a city rich in history, stories and architecture. Located in central Leeds at the corner of Wellington Street and Thirsk Row, this handsome building rose from the ashes of a devastating fire in 1906 and re-opened in 1908 as a fabric and garment warehouse, with Hepworths menswear at street level. It was the epitome of modern.

Fast forward to 2020, we’re reinvigorating this historic building- filling it once again with life, energy and verve. Remade once more, for the the modern world.

FOR PEOPLE

We’ve designed Tailors Corner around real people; the way people work, and how they commute, what they do in between. We’re right bang on the Leeds Cycle Superhighway, so instead of parking there’s room for 30 bikes in the basement, and superb shower facilities too.

If you don’t cycle, Leeds train station is literally around the corner, and there’s lots of dedicated parking nearby. We’re also installing a beautiful roof terrace garden for a change of scene and lungfuls of fresh air (and to enjoy your lunch- take your pick from a short walk, in just about every direction).

Design led

The renovation of Tailors Corner is being led by the same architectural team as many of our past developments including the award-winning Concordia Works in Leeds.

Designed as a contemporary and happy workspace, marrying sympathetic renovation with cutting-edge technology all led by ultra-modern design is, in our experience, a magic mix.

A breath
of fresh air

Bringing this historic building firmly into the present day, we’re installing
an incredible roof-top garden for everyone’s use.

With feature planting, decking and seating, and views of the Leeds skyline, it’s a perfect spot for a change of scene and a breath of fresh air.

See workspace →

EST 1908

Remade 2020

Once at the very heart of Britains textile industry, Leeds is a city rich in history, stories and architecture. Located in central Leeds at the corner of Wellington Street and Thirsk Row, this handsome building rose from the ashes of a devastating fire in 1906 and re-opened in 1908 as a fabric and garment warehouse, with Hepworths menswear at street level. It was the epitome of modern.

Fast forward to 2020, we’re reinvigorating this historic building- filling it once again with life, energy and verve. Remade once more, for the the modern world.

FOR PEOPLE

We’ve designed Tailors Corner around real people; the way people work, and how they commute, what they do in between. We’re right bang on the Leeds Cycle Superhighway, so instead of parking there’s room for 30 bikes in the basement, and superb shower facilities too.

If you don’t cycle, Leeds train station is literally around the corner, and there’s lots of dedicated parking nearby. We’re also installing a beautiful roof terrace garden for a change of scene and lungfuls of fresh air (and to enjoy your lunch- take your pick from a short walk, in just about every direction).

DESIGN LED

The renovation of Tailors Corner is being led by the same architectural team as many of our past developments including the award-winning Concordia Works in Leeds.

Designed as a contemporary and happy workspace, marrying sympathetic renovation with cutting-edge technology all led by ultra-modern design is, in our experience, a magic mix.

A breath
of fresh air

Bringing this historic building firmly into the present day, we’re installing an incredible roof-top garden for everyone’s use.

With feature planting, decking and seating, and views of the Leeds skyline, it’s a perfect spot for a change of scene and a breath of fresh air.

View the workspace →