An office block which has housed a regional daily for the past four years has been sold to a Swiss bank for more than £34m.
The Yorkshire Post and its sister titles moved to No 1 Leeds, on Whitehall Road in the city, in 2012.
The Yorkshire Post, along with a number of other JP titles, is the building’s largest tenant, occupying 40,000 sq ft of office space.
After it was first built at the height of the 2007-8 financial crisis, No 1 Leeds remained empty for a number of years.
Yorkshire Post Newspapers, energy company GDF Suez and advertising agency Gratterpalm were among the first tenants to agree leases, in 2012.
The YP had previously been housed in a “brutalist” concrete block on Wellington Street once hailed as a prime example of modern architecture but which has since been demolished
As well as No 1 Leeds, Credit Suisse also owns two other office blocks in the city – Princes Exchange, near Leeds City Station, and No.1 Park Lane.