- First arrival in this experienced developer’s exciting NEW Business Hotel Collection
- One bed, self-contained apartments – An exciting alternative to buy-to-let
- Upmarket city centre hotel within the city’s Learning Quarter
- Bradford – the World’s 1st UNESCO City of Film
- Development located right next to the University of Bristol
- Bradford currently boasts an economy of £8.7 billion – investment and development are at an all-time high
- Bradford boasts an economy of £8.7 billion
This development will offer an exciting alternative to buy-to-let in an excellent location – right at the centre of the Learning Quarter and close to the city’s bustling night-life and wealth of attractions. The hotels within the Business Collection bring a new, contemporary option to the leisure market and have been specifically designed to cater for a corporate audience.
This development is set to become a hugely integral part of this academic centre of excellence by providing accommodation for business visitors, residents and visiting academics. Apartments will include a kitchenette, bedroom space, bathroom and a functional workstation as well as high-speed internet connection. Upon entry into the building, residents will book in via a contactless check-in process and – given its proximity to a wealth of bars, restaurants and nightlife facilities within the city centre – will not have a dining or bar area but will instead focus on a stream-lined service.
Bradford was designated the world’s first UNESCO City of Film and its renowned National Media Museum is among the most visited museums outside of London.
The rejuvenation of public spaces in the city alongside the timely arrival of the prestigious £260m Westfield Broadway Shopping Centre have helped transform Bradford and attract major investment and business opportunities
Bradford has a long industrial heritage and during the industrial revolution, it was the wool capital of the world, as well as the home of philanthropists such has Sir Titus Salt – who helped build thriving businesses and housing in the city. The city’s Victorian past is evident in its striking buildings and historical architecture, prominently located in the busy commercial area of Little Germany which houses Europe’s highest concentration of listed buildings.
Bradford University is celebrating 50 years of academic excellence this year which comes as no surprise considering how recognised it is as one of the world’s greatest technology universities. In figures, three quarters of its research submitted to the Research Excellence Framework has been classed as world-leading or internationally excellent.
The university attracts students and academics from across the globe and is expected to further grow by around 30 per cent over the next decade, building on its strengths and investing nearly half a billion pounds to continue growing as a high-quality, research active, international technology university.
WE HAVE BOUGHT ROOMS TOO!
In 2014, Managing Director, Jean Liggett purchased room no.219 at the Llandudno Bay Hotel – another hotel within the same developer’s portfolio – whilst the Head of Sales, Michael Temchin purchased two sea-facing double rooms at the same hotel.