Review 2019-2020

The Majestic
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This Leeds landmark has been transformed from the iconic 1920s cinema into a new type of office space for a modern future.

The dynamic space occupies a prime city centre location and has been chosen by Channel 4 for its new national headquarters

The Majestic has been converted into office accommodation providing 66,000 sq ft across seven floors with the lower ground floor having the option of retail and leisure space.

Features include terraces on the fourth and fifth floors overlooking City Square, alongside a new domed circulatory space re-creating the historic Palm Court and a grand three-storey entrance atrium.

Many of the original features have been preserved to maintain its rich heritage and in addition two new replacement statues have been crafted by internationally acclaimed master sculpture Andrew Sinclair to honour the building’s music and drama legacy.

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.


Mark Finch
Rushbond

It has been wonderful to witness the coming together of such a high-quality modern office design with the historical and unique features that give The Majestic building its heritage value. Working on this project has been unlike any other office scheme due to the special nature of the existing structure and the prominence of the building in Leeds City Centre. The Majestic truly is an extraordinary building that stands out from the crowd.


Andrew Britton
G&T Senior Associate

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