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SU 28/30 County Arcade Victoria Quarter, Leeds


2,138 sqft


Bar & Restaurant


Shop Share


A Little About This Space

Together County Arcade, Cross Arcade, Queen Victoria and King Edward Street make up Leeds’ glorious Victoria Quarter. These promenades are from another era – beautiful places to both stroll and shop in. Victoria Quarter is renowned for luxury and artisan products, so expect to spot The White Company, Church’s Shoes and Neal’s Yard amongst the neighbours.

This space is ultra-sleek, with grey brick walls, spotlights and a mixture of wood with tiled flooring. Every detail has been well thought out – which will help make setting up shop easy. Spotlights around the side of the room will be handy for highlighting key products and displays. There’s separate storage and office space at the back.

Fashion, homeware ideas or a concept store would work well here. With brands like Harvey Nicks close by, you’ll be in good company for other trailblazing brands.


Victoria Quarter houses 68 tenants across 160,000 sq ft.
It’s anchored by Harvey Nichols, with key stores including Jo Malone, REISS and Vivienne Westwood.
5.9 million people visit the arcade each year.


  • Lighting
  • Stock room
  • Basement

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Rules of The Space

VAT and utilities applicable in addition.

Fit out proposals to be pre-approved by the landlord prior to commencement onsite, including but not limited to:
- layout plan
- signage proposal
- scope of works
- risk and method statements
- £10Mill PLI

Home Truths

Any redecoration of the space should be agreed with the landlord.

Please note that all quoting rents are on the basis of a pop up with landlord breaks after the first 2 or 3 months. Longer terms without landlord breaks will lead to higher rents.


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