Redbrik has been appointed as the sole agent for the sale of an exclusive development of residential living spaces being created as part of Sheffield’s pioneering Heart of the City II scheme.
We have been selected to work alongside developer Queensberry to market the cluster of 52 luxury, high specification apartments within Burgess House.
The accommodation will comprise of a mix of studio spaces, one, two and three bed apartments, all featuring contemporary 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 ready from April 2021.
Redbrik was named in the top three per cent of all estate agencies in the country and the number one agency in the Yorkshire and Humberside region by the Best Estate Agent Guide 2019.
Paul Sargent, Chief Executive of Queensberry said; “We consulted several different agents to find the best fit for this key project and we felt that Redbrik offered us a fresh approach with honest advice, a creative vision and good value for money.
“They are very much on board with our vision for a high-quality residential offer aimed at owner occupiers and we are looking forward to working with the Redbrik team.”
Work has already begun on demolishing some of the buildings in the area and propping up the original Victorian façade of the former Laycock House on Pinstone Street, which will form a key design feature of the new development.
Burgess House will also provide retail units and prime office space fronting onto Pinstone Street and Charles Street.
Mark Ross, Managing Director at Redbrik, which has offices in across Sheffield and Chesterfield, said: “We are thrilled to be able to work with Queensberry to bring these unique apartments to the market. The location is unrivalled in the city centre and I’m certain these apartments will hold real appeal to owner occupiers wanting to enjoy city centre living at its best.
“Not only will this development transform a part of the city which has long required investment, it will also act as a catalyst for further investment and transformation of the city centre by bringing something entirely new to Sheffield.
“We are expecting that eligible buyers will be able to benefit from the Government’s ‘Help to Buy’ scheme making these flats ideal for young professionals working in the city centre.
‘Heart of the City II’ is transforming the area around Pinstone Street in to an exciting, multi-use destination offering a mix of retail, leisure, office and residential spaces.
Banking giant HSBC has already moved into new premises on the site of the old Grosvenor Hotel, with Swedish fashion brands Monki and Weekday planning flagship stores in the same building. Further retailers, cafes and bars are expected to be moving into the premises.
For further information about the Heart of The City II masterplan visit www.heartofcity2.com or contact the Redbrik New Homes team on 0114 299 4144 to register interest for apartments in Burgess House.