The 142,338 sq ft industrial and distribution unit, Tri-Link 140, based in Wakefield Europort, is now in search of a tenant.
Acting on behalf of Kier Property, Maple Grove and Yorvale, CBRE’s industrial team in Leeds has been appointed to let Tri-Link 140. The team will be working jointly with Leeds-based Carter Towler and AWS.
The new industrial and distribution unit stands on a site of 5.96 acres. The building incorporates 138,231 sq ft of warehouse and 6,107 sq ft of office space with 126 car parking spaces.
Neighbouring occupiers include Allied Glass, Debenhams, Haribo, Argos and DHL.
Tri-Link 140 is situated within the Wakefield Europort at Junction 31 of the M62, an accessible and strategic motorway location.
Located three miles to the northeast of Wakefield, and two miles west of Castleford, Wakefield Europort is one of the largest logistics and distribution hubs in the North of England.
The location also benefits from European rail freight access through the Europort freight terminal, ready access to Goole and Hull ports and five international airports are within a one hour drive.
Mike Baugh, senior director, CBRE’s industrial and logistics team, said: “This is a high quality development boasting excellent opportunities for industrial and warehouse occupiers on one of the largest Northern logistics hubs.
“We are confident that the scheme will be well received and expect high levels of interest as demand for premium industrial space remains strong and supply levels in the region continue to reduce.”
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