4 May 2007
The nine-storey atrium at Bridgewater Place, Leeds’s tallest building, was unveiled last Thursday night to 300 guests. The launch of the 400,000 sq ft (37,161 sq m), 32-storey building came after seven years in planning and development by Landmark Development Projects and St James Securities. The building features 230,000 sq ...
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