Work is progressing at The Residence, a scheme of 111 apartments on Kirkstall Road which is due to be completed over the coming months.
One, two and three-bedroom apartments will be available, featuring open-plan living spaces and high-spec fixtures and fittings, including integrated appliances and quality kitchens and bathrooms.
Landscaped grounds knit the development together, which offer resident parking, on-site cycle storage and balconies with views of the city and beyond.
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And developers say there has already been considerable interest in the residential development which is the closest currently under construction to Leeds city centre.
Kam Mogul, director at developers KMRE Group Ltd, said: “The Residence offers buyers a unique, exclusive and highly convenient place to live in the heart of Leeds.
“It is currently the only residential development under construction so close to Leeds city centre and the business district and because of that, we have already seen considerable interest.
“Leeds continues on its upward trajectory and with its significant business district, abundant employment opportunities, and enviable retail and food offering, there is a growing demand for central city living.
“With one, two and three bedroom apartments available, The Residence offers a variety of price points to suit most buyers, and being in such a prime location - close to open green spaces, the city centre and Headingley - the development really is a wonderful place to live."
Developers hope the development will prove attractive to buyers who want to live within walking distance of the city centre as well as Headingley, which they say is proving a popular urban hub for professionals, students and families with its quirky bars, small businesses and thriving culinary scene.
Leeds has also recently been named as the best place to live and work in the north of England in the latest Demos-PWC Good Growth for Cities Index, which measures the performance of 42 UK cities against ten categories including income, employment, work-life balance and transport, amongst other criteria.*
Mr Mogel added: “Myself and the KMRE team are enjoying watching the development progress and we look forward to welcoming new residents to their homes later this spring.”
KMRE Group Ltd has an ongoing commitment to bringing new homes to Leeds, having previously completed schemes in the city centre, as well as further afield in Sheffield, York and Nottingham.
The scheme recently opened the doors to its show apartment, giving interested parties an opportunity to view the development and get a glimpse of the chic, metropolitan lifestyle on offer.
Interested buyers wishing to view the development are invited to contact KMRE to book an appointment - with COVID-safe measures in place.
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