Area Guide to Holbeck Village Leeds LS11
Holbeck has witnessed a dramatic regeneration over the last decade, transforming a once run down area in to a hip and happening ‘urban village’ with new offices and a fantastic range of cool bars and restaurants built in and around former locomotive and manufacturing buildings. This has led to the development of many new properties ideal for professional lets in Leeds.
Eating & Drinking
There is now a fantastic selection of trendy bars selling craft ales and great wines, such as The Pour House and The Cross Keys as well as the SkyLounge where you can enjoy a range of cocktails with great views of the city.
Many of these venues also serve good food and there are restaurants offering food from around the world like Bilbao Bar.
Entertainment and culture
Holbeck Village is a short walk from Leeds City Centre, so all the cinemas, museums, galleries and theatres are right on your doorstep.
Being on the doorstep of the city centre, the myriad of retail experiences are easily available and there are a number of small convenience stores in the village
Leeds city centre is within easy walking distance as is the city train and bus stations. Access to the main motorways M1, M62, M621 can be reached by car in a matter of minutes.
Employers from almost all industries have a base in Leeds. It is a major hub for professional services, law and financial services, with well known companies such as First Direct, Yorkshire Bank and Leeds Building Society. It also has the highest number of central government jobs outside of London, with the Department of Health particularly. Asda’s headquarters are close to the station and Morrison’s HQ is a short hop to the edge of Bradford.