Work has started on the first major residential development in Leeds city centre since the completion of Granary Wharf.
The former Tate Cars headquarters on New York Road, adjacent to the A64, is being converted into a contemporary residential scheme comprising 74 apartments, including roof top penthouses with views across the city, as part of a £9m investment by developer JM Construction (Leeds) Ltd.
Tate House will offer a choice of one, two and three bedroom accommodation specified to a high standard, including engineered wood flooring (or Karndean) to the kitchen and lounge areas, along with a range of integrated kitchen appliances and a modern bathroom suite. The two and three bedroom apartments will also include an en-suite.
A key feature of Tate House is its location. The development is in the heart of the vibrant Northern Quarter and less than five minutes’ walk from the city’s main retail and commercial core.
Meanwhile, the new Hammerson Victoria Gate scheme and the new 265,000sq ft John Lewis store will be on the doorstep, as is the First Direct Arena.
Nina Barker, sales manager at the Leeds branch of exclusive selling agent JLL Residential says: “Tate House is just what the Leeds residential market has been waiting for. It matches practical and affordable living space with a fabulous location, allowing residents to enjoy all that the city has to offer.
“It is in walking distance of the train station and provides direct access to the inner ring road and wider motorway network making it ideal for commuters.
“We anticipate significant interest from first timer buyers, professionals and investors looking to benefit from the growing popularity of Leeds as a place to live and work.”
Apartments at Tate House start at just £125,000 and can be bought using the Government’s Help to Buy scheme, subject to terms and conditions. A view apartment is due to open on Saturday October 3.
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