27 luxury apartments including 2 bedroom, 1 bedroom and self-contained studios of which there are a limited number of deluxe mezzanine studios. All apartments have been designed to maximise space and are fitted out to an excellent specification. The interiors represent the latest in design & functionality.
Kirkstall is located close to the vibrant student community of Headingley and less than 2.5 miles from the City Centre.
Converted from an historic former mill and more recently home to a design academy, the development offers 27 luxury apartments including 2 bedroom, 1 bedroom & self-contained studios of which there are a limited number of deluxe mezzanine studios. All apartments have been designed to maximise space and are fitted out to an excellent specification.
Kirkstall Design Centre offers investors an impressive range of smart, contemporary apartments in a beautiful Grade II listed stone building in a riverside setting. Strong tenant demand in the area is driven by the burgeoning local student population coupled with a historical undersupply of suitable accommodation. Competitive pricing and strong rental values deliver net yields of 7% and above.
According to respected property analysts Savills, "Leeds will have the 7th fastest growing resident population in the UK up to 2020, with Birmingham and Manchester ranking 34th and 38th respectively."
Prices start at just £84,996 for a self contained studio apartment. Apartments are available as studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom and range from 250-700 sqft.
The city of Leeds has a population of 780,000 people and has the fourth largest urban economy in the UK. It forms a central part of the Leeds City Region, a conurbation with working age population of 1.9 million, economic output worth £55 billion and a contribution of 5% of the UK's Gross Value Added (GVA).
The region's economy has grown by 6% over the past five years and is expected to accelerate by 8.8% over the next five. Despite Brexit, the region is still forecast to see positive employment growth over the next five years at 3.4%. The tech sector is expected to grow by 5.6% over the next five years.
Leeds is home to the head offices of multinationals such as BT, Barclays, KPMG and IBM and second in the UK only to London, for the scale and importance of its legal and financial sectors. The business services sector of the city region is forecast to grow by 51% and £5.2billion by 2022.
The completion of Phase 2 of the Government's proposed hs2 rail network will create a link from the capital in under 1hr 30 minutes3 and is projected to create up to 70,000 employment opportunities.4 Further enhancing Leeds' significance as a business hub is the 'Local Growth Deal' agreed with the Government in 2014 which will see investment of £1 billion in local businesses.