The Queen’s House development will comprise of 99 residential high-end luxury apartments; with accompanying car parking facilities both beneath and behind the development.
The current 1970’s building comprises a part six, part seven storey. As well as a self-contained office building providing 84,485 sq ft of accommodation together. This is with basement storage, 22 covered car park spaces and 10 spaces within a surface car park at the rear.
Situated in England’s fifth largest city, Sheffield; an urban population exceeding 635,000. Delighted to give the Queen’s House building purpose was MCR. Especially in an area with an ever-increasing population and therefore high housing demand.
Sheffield plays such a prominent role in our catalogue of property, due in large part to the connectivity links it boasts to each region of the UK. Located in the middle of country, Sheffield is an ideal location when considering accessibility and travel. Four airports within less than half an hour’s drive facilitate travel to and from overseas destinations; this is vital for businesses in the area.
Sheffield is host to two major universities and a large percentage of graduates choose to remain in their university city on completion of their studies. Increasing private rental demand as university graduates move out of university accommodation.
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