A joint venture between Sterling Capitol and PLP are behind plans for the south Leeds site close to Junction 28 of the M62.
An outline planning application for the site is scheduled to be submitted to Leeds City Council in December.
“The Capitol Park site is a crucially important development for south Leeds, creating much-needed jobs and providing a timely boost to the area’s economy. The success of Capitol Park Leeds, adjacent to this new site, has proved that the location, just by the M62 and close to Yorkshire’s excellent motorway network, is a winner,” said Mike Heydecke, director of Leeds-based Sterling Capitol.
Existing occupiers at Capitol Park Leeds include Barratt Homes, Hermes and NHS Shared Business Services.