Have you ever struggled to find the right location in Leeds City Centre to live? If so, we’re giving you our top tips on what you should think about when choosing an area to move to…

If you lived in the city centre, would you need to commute in and out of the city often? If so, you should think about living close to the train station as this would make commuting very easy! Leeds also has plenty of transport links in the city centre, there are bus stops on almost every road with some buses running every 10 minutes to take you wherever you need to be. Developments close to the train station include Park Row Apartments, Whitehall Quays and South Parade.


Trinity, Victoria Gate and the Corn Exchange are just some of the many shopping destinations in the city centre. There are also many developments located on the doorstep of each of these places, which would make a great location to live if you’re a shopaholic! Our favourites are Skyline, Eastgate and New Briggate.


If you’re a foodie person, there are a plethora of apartments located in Leeds’ food and drink scene which could be perfect for you. Restaurants include Gauchos, Iberica and Sukhothai, which means you don’t have to travel far for a delicious meal! Developments situated here are Park Row Apartments, South Parade and Park House Apartments.


If you enjoy walks along the River Aire or admiring views of the river, you should consider riverside developments. There are a selection of apartments located along the River Aire with far-reaching views from balconies which make for a peaceful location. Developments here include Roberts Wharf, Whitehall Waterfront and Clarence House.


Many people love learning about culture and Leeds City Centre is full of it! There are lots of historic arcades such as Thorntons and Queens Arcade, where you can shop in a building full of character. If you’re seeking this type of culture, Leeds has its own cultural quarter that you could move to, with the Playhouse and Northern Ballet nearby. Developments here included Skyline and The Gateway.

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