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A six-storey property comprising purpose built luxury one-bedroom en-suite apartments in the vibrant, progressive city of Sheffield.
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Sited just a short distance from both Sheffield Hallam University (13 minute walk) and the University of Sheffield (11 minute walk), the location of this property is ideal for the student community.
The mainline train station is a 16 minute walk away and the city centre is just a 2 minute walk away. This prime location means that residents can make the most of the wide variety of facilities that the city and surrounding areas have to offer.
All apartments are well-designed, have a secure fob access system, CCTV, Wi-Fi throughout and are finished with contemporary fixtures and fittings. These apartments are comfortable and functional whilst remaining aesthetically pleasing.
This development is intended for mixed use comprising 63 en-suite apartments in 13 clusters over 6 storeys with commercial use on ground/lower ground floor and cycle storage. The preference is student accommodation but these apartments would also work for other residents.
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What does Sheffield have to offer?
Set in the heart of the UK, Sheffield boasts excellent transport links to the rest of the country and internationally. There are excellent road connections, with the M1 (Junctions 33 and 34) approximately 6 miles to the northeast, providing a direct route to London. The M18 motorway also offers links into and out of Sheffield
Sheffield Train Station provides frequent services to Leeds in the north and London and Birmingham in the south. The efficient Supertram and regular bus services provide good links throughout the city and its surrounds. There is also a park and ride scheme available.
Robin Hood Airport is located 19 km (12 miles) to the north-east of the city and just an hour’s drive away is Manchester airport, the third busiest airport in the UK; this makes Sheffield an ideal location for international students and professionals in particular.
Heart Of The City 11
Heart of the City II is Sheffield City Council’s ambitious £470 million plan to transform its city centre into a vibrant mix of residential, retail and lifestyle space. It’s the largest ever development to take place in Sheffield featuring new roads, public spaces and heritage alongside a compelling retail and residential offer.
Ongoing investment in Sheffield means that businesses can make the most of the pool of talent coming out of Sheffield’s two major Universities. The wider Heart of the City II master plan builds on the success of the original Heart of the City scheme. In the coming years, it aims to deliver a dynamic mixed-use district that will become the commercial hub of the city centre. Proposals in this scheme include premium retail brands, independent restaurants, Grade A offices, quality apartments, four and five-star hotels, and attractive public spaces.
With £1.3 billion being invested in Sheffield city over the next 30 years, there will be even more developments within the transport systems (there are early plans for a new road, including a trans-Pennine tunnel to connect Sheffield to the prosperous city of Manchester), retail parks and the supporting infrastructure. All of this development will play a huge role in attracting further investment, allowing Sheffield’s booming economy to continue growing.
Sheffield is a huge university city with around 60,000 students enrolled between the two universities, Sheffield Hallam University and The University of Sheffield – around one in ten residents are students.
According to The Times and Sunday Times, The University of Sheffield is ranked 25th in the UK. It boasts six noble prize winners amongst its staff, past and present. Due to its strong reputation, there is always fierce competition for a place at the university.
Sheffield Hallam University is the 7th largest in the UK and acts as a regional hub of excellence for science, technology, engineering and maths with its STEM Centre. There are almost 34,000 students enrolled on its undergraduate and postgraduate courses.
Art, Culture and the Great Outdoors
In the city centre, the Millennium Gallery shows metalwork and art from Sheffield and around the world. It adjoins the Winter Garden, a large temperate glasshouse filled with plants. Kelham Island Museum offers an insight into the city’s industrial heritage.
With a third of the city located within the formidable Peak District National Park, rather impressively Sheffield has the highest ratio of trees to people of any
But not only does Sheffield deliver on rural delights, it also offers access to fast paced city life. The streets are lined with great bars, pubs, cafes and restaurants, and there’s an abundance of shopping facilities, theatres and sporting venues.
As the fourth largest city in England, and fifth in the UK, Sheffield is a place where the people, landscapes, creativity, culture and history are intoxicating.