Making the move into the city centre but unsure what location you want to be in? We’ve come up with a list of some of the types of developments you can expect to find throughout the city centre to help make that decision a little bit easier…
Views for days:
Candle House – One of the most iconic buildings in Leeds, Candle House is a twisted cylindrical residential building on the sought-after canal scheme, Granary Wharf, which offers panoramic city views from its rooftop terrace.
Bridgewater Place – Holding the record as the tallest building in Yorkshire, it’s not a surprise that this mixed-use development offers some of the best far reaching city views from its many residential apartments all the way up to the penthouse on the 30th floor.
K2 – In the heart of the city centre and standing 20 floors high, this development provides panoramic views of the entire city on a sunny day! K2 is also home to The Cube commercial space which occupies the bottom two floors.
Brewery Wharf – This sought-after waterfront scheme is home to a vibrant mix of apartments, independent shops, businesses, bars and restaurants. If you’re lucky enough to bag yourself a river facing apartment, you won’t be disappointed on the scenes from your window.
The Quays – One of the most highly sought-after developments in the city centre, The Quays has a prime location on the riverside and is only a short walk from the train station and the city’s many restaurants, bars and shops.
Whitehall Waterfront – Sat on the riverside, this development is only a short walk from the train station and local bars and restaurants. The balconies are very generous in Whitehall Waterfront so if you like to bask in the sunshine with a jug of Pimms in the summertime, it’s the one for you.
Dock Street – No.1 Dock Street offers a combination of old and new, with the conversion of a grade II listed 19th century building on the riverside along with a modern new build. There’s a communal terrace to the back of the development and many of the apartments have balconies overlooking the river.
Watermans Place – Another one of the Granary Wharf residents, Watermans Place sits right on the edge of the River Aire and is home to some local favourites; Fazenda Leeds, Out of the Woods and Pastille Nail Bar. It’s a 1 minute walk to the new entrance of the train station and is surrounded by an exciting mix of restaurants and bars.
Heart of the city centre:
Pearl Chambers – One of the most recent developments in the city centre, Pearl Chambers is a conversion of a grade II listed building into high specification residential apartments in the heart of the city centre. Some of the city’s favourite bars and restaurants are only seconds away from the development, so there’s no excuse for a quiet night in…
Park Row – Park Row is home to a number of developments which are in a prime location for those wanting access to the shops, train station and many bars and restaurants in the city.
Basilica – This is a mixed-use scheme comprising of commercial space and residential units. It’s located just off The Headrow and in close proximity to the city’s main retail district, including Briggate, Victoria Gate and The Light.
Park Square – Park Square is one of Leeds’ hidden gems, providing a sense of tranquility away from the hustle and bustle of the working life, but in the heart of the financial and business district. The Georgian square has retained the majority of its traditional features to make it one of the most desirable places to live and to work in the city.
Leeds’ Northern Quarter:
Crispin Lofts – Crispin Lofts is a conversion development in the heart of Leeds’ emerging Northern Quarter. The apartments offer oodles of character with exposed brickwork and feature windows and the development has its very own onsite gym, as well as local favourite Brewdog taking residence on the ground floor. Merrion Street, The Headrow and New Briggate are all within a short walking distance.