Rushbond Group has released new images of Channel 4’s future Leeds headquarters as the developer nears completion of the scheme.
The broadcaster signed for 27,000 sq ft of office space in the building.
The new images also include indications of what the remaining four floors of office space could be configured to look like by occupiers.
A former 2,400-seat cinema, the Majestic is in the process of being refurbished into a 66,000 sq ft grade A office scheme designed by DLA Architecture.
Rushbond and contractor Sir Robert McAlpine are due to finish the scheme in the second quarter of this year.
There are four floors still available to lease.
“This final batch of CGIs not only portrays how the new contemporary additions will sit within the historic fabric of the building, but also looks at ways in which the interior floors could be configured and designed, as inspiration for potential occupiers,” said Rushbond developer Mark Finch.
“The contrast of new and old is serving to create a captivating space which will be a fitting home for exciting, forward-thinking businesses in Leeds, unlike anything else currently on the market. Interest in the remaining floors, from the super-height lower ground through to the third, continues to be strong as we move towards spring.”
JLL and Knight Frank are acting for Rushbond Group on the scheme.