18 Park Row, Leeds, once known as Abtech House and more recently as Kenneth Hodgson House, is a Grade II listed building in Leeds, West Yorkshire, England. The building on the east side of Park Row, Leeds was built as offices for the West Riding Union Bank.
The building was designed in the late 19th century by the Leeds architect Edward John Dodgshun, from the firm Oliver and Dodgshun. An illustration was published on page 28 of the Academy Architecture and Architectural Review, volume 21, published in 1902. Tt is constructed from stone ashlars, with four bays, and projecting entrances in the left and right bays. It has four stories, and was altered in the 20th century to add a fifth floor in the attic under a slate roof.
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