More than half of city centre townhouses in The Ironworks development in Holbeck Urban Village sold
More than half of the properties in a new Leeds city centre development have been snapped up by buyers.
The Ironworks, a development in the up-and-coming Holbeck Urban Village, reports that more than 50 per cent of the homes have been sold.
Due to be completed in the autumn, the development launched to market during the pandemic.
It offers a unique approach to city living, boasting apartments and townhouses rather than the traditional tower blocks.
Also unusually for the city centre, the homes also offer ample outdoor space with gardens or balconies.
Honor Massarella, Development Director for igloo Regeneration said: “We are delighted that so many homeowners are choosing to put down roots at The Ironworks, in an area of Leeds that we have long been proud to work in.
"Over the last year we have seen priorities shift as people work from home more and demand greater flexibility from their property.
"Through the pandemic, there’s been an acceleration of people’s changing needs and expectations from their homes – changes that we’ve witnessed in the market for a long time.
"We have always invested time and effort into making our homes work for lots of different types of buyer so we made sure, through the design process, that all our homes offer flexibility of space, have their own outside area and enjoy plenty of light.
"Clever design and attention to detail is paramount at The Ironworks - these are homes to live in, a community to be part of – not just an investment.”
A selection of 1 and 2 bed apartments and 3 bed townhouses remain for sale, with all two bed townhouses now reserved.