North Crescent Phase 2 is a brand new boutique scheme comprising of 6 two bedroom apartments designed to appeal to first time buyers and investors.
The property occupies a prime position within Leeds’ vibrant Northern Quarter; less than five minutes’ walk from the city’s main retail and commercial core.
Centrally located in the heart of the city, the development is minutes away from the £165m retail development Victoria Gate, Morrisons, The Light, Merrion Centre and the First Direct Arena. North Crescent truly has an enviable location.
North Crescent Phase 2 is on the door step of destinations such as the brand new John Lewis, Northern Ballet, Leeds City bus station, Lloyds banking group offices. As well as Leeds Becketts University and Leeds University. The development also has great access to the ring road and Motorways. Not to mention a short walk from many of the city centre’s biggest employers and leisure amenities.
North Crescent Phase 2 is located in Leeds City Centre and is perfectly positioned for city dwellers who wish to enjoy some of the city’s top leisure attractions whilst being on the door step of some of the Leeds biggest employers.
The development is less than a 5 minute walk from The Victoria Gate shopping centre. This is being developed and due for completion in 2016 with John Lewis as the main tenant. North Crescent is also a short walk away from some of the largest employers in the city; including The Department of Work and Pensions, BBC Yorkshire, Capita, Yorkshire Bank HQ and Lloyds Banking Group.
Well positioned for the new Leeds City Council HQ is the development; this will house all of the main services at Merrion House. Which is also within a 10 minute walk. Merrion House is on Merrion Way; this is also the home of The First Direct Arena and ‘The New Front’ Merrion Shopping Centre.
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