A company is said to be in talks to buy Wakefield’s Trinity Walk shopping centre for £160m.
Investment firm Orion Captial Managers is reportedly trying to buy the 500,000 sq ft shopping centre.
The centre, which opened four years ago, is being sold by the consortium which owns it, Ares Capital Management, Sovereign Land and Shepherd Construction, according to a specialist property website.
Trinity Walk is occupied by 60 retailers, including Debhenams, Sainsbury’s and Asda Living.
Orion Capital Managers declined to comment and Trinity Walk is yet to comment.