34 Boar Lane, 34 Boar Lane, Leeds, LS1 5DA – Visit Now
Located a moment away from Leeds Station, 34 Boar Lane began as an immersive pop-up space for artists and makers from East Street Arts, part of an urban regeneration and transformation project by local bigshots LJ Real Estate. Now, 34 Boar Lane has been fully developed into a contemporary workspace in Leeds city centre, offering 46,000 square feet of creative office space and a further 10,000 square feet of retail, restaurant and café space.
The original Victorian façade remains intact, and behind this, you’ll find a bright and airy space, the perfect location for local businesses to connect and grow. Modern stylistic touches include exposed concrete ceilings throughout. Terraces, outdoor sections and gardens add light and chill to the building, and there’s even some urban beekeeping going on. The building runs on green energy and has ample facilities for cyclists.
34 Boar Lane has been fully developed into a contemporary workspace in Leeds city centre
Nisha Katon’s Mowgli street food takeaway is one of the big names to take a space in the building. The Sheffield-based enterprise is famous for serving up real Indian street food: Street Chat, Street Meats and Tiffin. They follow East Street Arts, an arts charity that offers studio space and other kinds of support to artists, and architecture practice Studio Bark. The Real Junk Food Emporium has used a space to serve up anti-waste food, made from fresh ingredients that would otherwise be thrown away and spreading the message of sustainability.
34 Boar Lane’s up and coming reputation as a host for innovative businesses make it a great place to stop by on your visit to Leeds, just to see what’s going on, whether you’re in search of interesting food or creative activity. The enterprise is also interested in partnerships and connections with the wider community and businesses, so if you have an idea for something amazing in Leeds, why not get in touch with the team?