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   The 52 apartments available will comprise a mix of studio spaces, plus one, two and three bed apartments, all featuring contemporary style interiors. The design of the building
will feature a striking ‘bullnose’ style corner complete with floor to ceiling glass windows. The apartments are expected to be available to move into from April 2021, however a show flat will be available to view sooner.
Mark Ross, Director at Redbrik, said; “We are thrilled to be able to work with Queensberry to bring these unique apartments to the market. The location is unrivalled and I’m certain these apartments will hold real appeal to owner occupiers wanting to enjoy city centre living at its best. We are hoping that eligible buyers will be able to
Redbrik is delighted to be involved in
the project and, working closely with the council's strategic development partner Queensberry, will
be the sole agent
for the sale of the 52 high specification apartments available in Burgess House.
benefit from the Government’s ‘Help to Buy’ scheme making these flats ideal for young professionals working in the City Centre.”
The Heart of the City II scheme will
also feature further developments around the existing John Lewis building including transforming the Grade II listed Leah’s Yard, former Victorian era workshops for Sheffield’s famed cutlery polishers and silversmiths, into a leisure and entertainment space.
For further information about the Heart of The City II masterplan see www. or speak
to our New Homes team on
0114 299 4144 to register interest for apartments in Burgess

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