Workspaces newly available at Jamyang Leeds in Holbeck

With the departure of long-standing tenants Touchstone, new opportunities await for businesses and therapists seeking a tranquil affordable workspace.

For those seeking serene office spaces or therapy rooms, Jamyang Leeds offers unfurnished rooms with warm, daylight led lighting and all modern amenities. With an inclusive monthly rental of £400, these 16.34m2 spaces are perfect for small teams or therapists. Conveniently located just a 5-minute drive from the city centre, with direct access to major motorways and ample on-street parking, Jamyang is easily accessible.

Perks include complementary Wi-Fi, utility bills, storage space, the opportunity to indulge in vegetarian/vegan delights at The Happy Yak Café, retail therapy in our charity shop and lunchtime meditation sessions twice weekly. What’s more, your choice supports a charitable project, enhancing the positive impact made on the community.

Jamyang Leeds, which is on the corner of Ingram Road and Crosby Street in Holbeck also offers a beautiful hall that caters to a multitude of occasions. With its polished wooden floor and lush greenery, this spacious hall can be tailored to suit your requirements.

Perfect for corporate gatherings, training sessions, charity and community meet-ups, or wellness workshops, this versatile 108m2 space accommodates up to 60 people theatre-style or 50 in a boardroom or cabaret arrangement. Its features, including air-conditioning, heating, and free Wi-Fi, ensure a very comfortable experience. A canvas of bright white walls, complemented by window blinds for sunny days, highlights the 4K projector and sound system.

To reserve your space or inquire further, connect with Jay Simpson at or Tel: (0113) 345 2626.


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