Apart from the two supermarkets, the portfolio consisted of a total of 86 units, including shops and offices. Overall, Opus North has subsequently completed 20 new lease and lease renewal deals.
Meanwhile, Opus North has started work at a new £8 million retail development in Armley, Leeds, which is fully let.
It is transforming the four acre derelict former DENSO Marston factory site into a retail park with occupiers Lidl, B&M Homestore and Farmfoods.
The main contractor is Shipley-based Stainforth Construction.
Andrew Duncan, said: “This was an excellent deal for all concerned. We are very proud of transforming a derelict eyesore in a prominent area of west Leeds into a first-class retail park, with household names as occupiers.
“The decision of high-profile retailers like Lidl, B&M and Farmfoods to move to our new retail park was a resounding endorsement of the development.”
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