The Residence at Park House, Well Street
For Investors & Owner Occupiers Perfectly suited for tenants looking to live in the city centre. On the door step to the brand new £250 million Broadway shopping centre, some of the city's best bars and restaurants and a short walk away from the University of Bradford. The Residence at Park House is a refurbishment development scheme providing an essential living environment for the people of Bradford. Perfectly suited for tenants looking to live in the city centre. They will be on the door step to the brand new £260 million Broadway shopping centre, some of the city's best bars and restaurants and a short walk away from the University of Bradford. The scheme consists of 59 individual residential units split into studios, one bedroom and two bedroom apartments. The developer is offering a 2 year rental guarantee on all unit sizes with parking is available at an additional cost. Works include a complete overhaul of the building's façade and the installation of feature lighting throughout. The building will retain its unique styling in line with the architect's original contemporary and minimalist vision. Investment Highlights 7% assured rent for 2 years Completion Q4 2018 Leasehold for 250 years Car parking City centre location Located on the door step to the New £260m Broadway Shopping Centre Contact us today for more information regarding the remaining apartments. About Bradford Bradford is a major business hub of the Northern Powerhouse, Bradford boasts the 8th largest economy in England and is forecasted to grow by 25% over the coming decade. The 17,600 businesses in the city have created an entrepreneurial, digital-focused business environment employing 198,600 people. Some of the big name corporations based in Bradford include Morrisons, Provident Financial Group, Yorkshire Building Society, Hallmark Cards and Santander. The city has benefited from over £1bn of investment in recent years, including the £260m Broadway Shopping Centre which created 3,000 jobs and gave a £500m boost to the economy. Another notable investment was the recent £21.96m put into broadband infrastructure, which gave 97% of households and businesses high-speed broadband (Invest Bradford).