Completion and letting for Bradford’s One City Park

06.12.23 3 min read by Charlotte Kennedy

Following the recent completion of our landmark One City Park workplace, delivered in partnership with Bradford City Council, contracts have been exchanged with an anchor tenant, to be announced in the coming weeks.

The landmark city centre workplace offers 56,403 sq. ft of sustainable and flexible workspace in the heart of the city. One City Park features five floors of workspace and a roof terrace, flexible floor plans that can adapted to accommodate more agile working practices as well as promote wellbeing. It is designed to suit a range of businesses from home grown starts-up and SMEs, through to larger organisations and multi-national occupiers.

Sustainable design elements are at the core of One City Park including high-performance glazing, photovoltaic panels and air source heat pumps to make sure the building operates on renewable energy. Every car park space has an electric car charging point, coupled with secure cycle storage and changing facilities to encourage workers to take more sustainable and healthier modes of transport.

Simon Dew, development director at Muse, said:

One City Park will be a catalyst for further investment in the city and signifies a newfound confidence in its commercial centre that will attract future big-name businesses. The project also demonstrates a very successful public/private partnership that will reap long-term benefits by providing incredible job opportunities for the younger, growing, population in the city.”
Reception at One City Park

Cllr Alex Ross-Shaw, Bradford Council’s Executive Member of Regeneration, Planning and Transport, said: We already have a talented and ambitious workforce and we’re now providing the highest spec’ office space for businesses who are serious about making their mark in the North. This is an exciting time for Bradford and the completion of One City Park is just the beginning of the commercial transformation that is taking place here.

The building, which has now been formally handed over to Bradford Council as the owners, is framed by new public spaces including stepped access and attractive seating areas. Cultural assets such as the Grade I Listed City Hall, St George’s Hall and new music venue, Bradford Live, all surround One City Park and are expected to play a major role in the city’s UK City of Culture celebrations in 2025.

Other key project partners involved included: Arup, G&H Building Services, Howard Civil Engineering and re-form Landscape Architecture, with additional funding from the West Yorkshire Combined Authority.

One City Park still has a range of flexible workspaces available to suit occupiers seeking anything from 2,400 up to 30,000 sq. ft.

For further information visit www.onecitypark.com

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