The 14-storey, 192-bed hotel, has a modern contemporary feel and also includes meeting rooms, a conference venue, a gym, a bar and a restaurant and car park.

The regeneration project overall is being developed by a consortium of Singapore-listed companies led by Heeton Holdings. The scheme will create a new urban destination on the 2.45 acre site and transform the Leeds skyline.

To create the new hotel, Robertson stripped back the concrete frame of an in situ building, extended and re-clad it, and converted and fitted out the interior.

 

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