Renovated Grade-II Bradford Building Offers Penthouse Apartments

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Renovated Grade-II Bradford Building Offers Penthouse Apartments

Renovated Grade-II Bradford Building Offers Penthouse Apartments

 

Bradford has been transformed with the development of Manhattan-style apartments in the city centre.

Developer Priestley Homes brought a Grade-II listed building, now known as Conditioning House, which was once the only council-run facility in the UK for testing wool, back to life with a complete renovation.

Built in the early 1990s, the building, situated on the corner of Canal Road and Cape Street, checked nearly 70 per cent of all the wool produced in the UK, the Telegraph and Argus reported.

However, it has now become a four-storey apartment block with contemporary fittings. As well as 152 luxury flats ranging from between 40 square metres to 100 square metres, it has Grade A office space, a café and gym.

The two original mill buildings are now joined together by a glass roof, which adds a modern finish to a historic structure.

So impressive is the renovation work that Conditioning House has won the Best Residential Development Yorkshire 2018/19 accolade at the UK Property Awards.

As well as the high-spec fittings, integrated appliances, stylish décor and period features, the apartment block is situated in BD1, in the heart of the city.

It is next to Forster Retail Park, while also being walking distance to the railway station at Forster Square, allowing residents to get into Leeds within just 25 minutes.

It is not just Bradford that is getting an investment boost from property developers, as Insider Media recently revealed 210 new homes could be constructed in Sheffield if plans are approved.

This will certainly keep scaffolders in Sheffield busy should the application be granted approval.