- An iconic Bradford City Centre development
- Self-contained apartments – A great alternative to buy-to-let
- Bradford currently boasts an economy of £8.7 billion – investment and development are at an all-time high
- 4th Largest Metropolitan Districts in the UK
- Will create a modern experience for today’s business traveller
- Bradford – the World’s 1st UNESCO City of Film
Set in the heart of Yorkshire with easy and direct access to all major transport networks, Fabric will provide a unique opportunity to purchase a stunning studio apartment in this upmarket city centre hotel.
This development offers an exciting alternative to buy-to-let in 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 have been specifically designed to cater to a corporate audience and provide a modern experience for today’s business traveller.
The development will consist of a select number of self-contained apartments complete with kitchenettes and modern conveniences, and will overall offer the perfect base from which to work, rest and play.
INVESTING IN BRADFORD
Bradford offers real potential for growth and the increasing number of events and festivals in the city – including the popular Bradford Festival – is generating significant economic benefits through increased visitor spending, with the total value of tourist activity each year estimated at £550 million.
Bradford has excellent rail links and is served by two central train stations; Bradford Interchange and Bradford Forster Square which connects into intercity services to London, Manchester and further afield; London is 2 hours 40 minutes away, Manchester is one hour and Leeds is just 20 minutes.
Leeds Bradford International Airport is located seven miles to the North East of the city –from there, there are frequent, direct flights to London Heathrow, Paris, New York and other major holiday and business destinations
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.