Brand New City Centre Rental Apartments Hit The Market

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The first apartments are now ready to reserve at Leeds city centre’s latest residential scheme, which has been developed exclusively for the rentals market and has seen a stunning building on The Calls transformed into a 19 contemporary homes.

53 The Calls has been developed by Avenir Works and we’re currently taking reservations for the homes in advance of their completion during July.  A show apartment has also just been unveiled that is now open to view.

All the one and two bedroom apartments within the former office building combine a modern design with a wide range of character features including high ceilings, exposed brickwork and large windows.  This is all complemented by art décor influenced bathroom finishes, lightwood veneer floors and high specification kitchens complete with black granite work surfaces.

53 The Calls is one of the best developments that will complete in Leeds city centre this year.  It’s in a great location, close to the River Aire and just a few minutes away from the historic Corn Exchange, and lots of the city’s most popular bars and restaurants such as Red’s True Barbecue, Jakes, Roland, Graze, Shears Yard, Brasserie Forty 4, Oracle and The Lamb & Flag.

All the loft style apartments offer exceptional furnishings and a unique specification that maximises all of the building’s original features, and they are already proving popular with discerning tenants looking for high quality rental property in this sought after area.

The show apartment provides a real feel for the exceptional quality that flows throughout the whole development and we’d urge anyone currently looking for a standout home to visit and experience what’s on offer first-hand.

Prices at 53 The Calls range from £850 to £1,400 pcm and further information is available by calling Morgans on 0113 3980099.

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7 reasons why The Calls is the place to live

A riverside walk, a fine dining restaurant and all the bars you could dream of…
Here’s why The Calls is the place to live in Leeds

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Firstly, the well-known night Life of Call Lane is just a short walk away…

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There’s the fine dining and unique restaurant Shears Yard nearby

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It’s located just beside the river Aire

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And is only a 6-minute walk to the brand-new Victoria Gate

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Not to mention, it’s in the grounds of Leeds Minster

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and is also surrounded by more independent restaurants and bars than you could ever wish for

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and lastly, it is only a short walk into the centre of Leeds

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Prominent City Centre Building To Be Transformed

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Leeds City Council has approved radical proposals for the reconstruction of 17 Wellington Street and 47 Aire Street, the scheme is located close to City Square and Leeds City Station and at the gateway to the continuing regeneration of the Leeds West End.

The building owners, Hallborough Properties Limited, advised by Holbeck Land, has received consent for the construction of 26 apartments and a 9,000 sq. ft. restaurant/bar and coffee shop offer on the ground and lower ground floors. The ornate frontage of 17 Wellington Street and the gable walls of the Grade II Listed building will be retained, with the majority of the rear extension to Aire Street demolished and replaced with a new six storey building.

Morgans City Living is advising on the residential units, which we will be letting and managing.

Architects Think Architecture has created a sympathetic blend of old and new structures connected by internal bridge links. A particular feature is the approval to create an extended “at grade” restaurant entrance on Wellington Street by the removal of existing steps.

This leisure element will have dual frontage to both Wellington Street and Aire Street and can be divided to suit individual occupiers’ requirements.

Barton Wilmore LLP, has provided planning and economic benefit advice in support of the granting of Planning Permission and Listed Building Consent.

Pudney Shuttleworth is retained to promote the leisure opportunity. Hallborough Properties is to retain the investment following completion of the development.