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Priestley Construction completes £1million mixed-use development in Bradford

Construction work has completed on the redevelopment of a former office building in Bradford into 31 studio apartments and ground floor commercial spaces.

Priestley Construction, the contracting arm of Leeds-based Priestley Group, has completed the £1million transformation of the 4,257 sq. ft. building, located on James Street in Bradford city centre.

All apartments have been designed to the highest specification, creating luxury, contemporary living spaces. Prices start from £49,995.

New residential homes occupy the top three floors of the four-storey former office block. The three existing ground floor commercial spaces have been retained, with current tenants still in situ. Priestley Construction has also upgraded fire systems in these units to improve safety for all occupiers.

Prospective residents will benefit from being ideally situated in close proximity to Bradford’s main shopping district. The scheme is also 700 metres from Bradford Forster Square and half a mile from Bradford Interchange rail stations.

Rob Pell, head of construction at Priestley Construction, said: “We’re thrilled to add another development to our growing portfolio in Bradford, having delivered this extensive refurbishment project to our client’s exacting standards and requirements. We are confident that the superior finish on these homes will stand out from the crowd.

“Bradford’s ongoing regeneration and its convenient transport links across Yorkshire make the city a sought-after location to live, work and play, particularly for first time buyers and young professionals, who are looking to balance affordability with the excitement of city centre living. James Street Apartments respond to this demand, offering sophisticated, modern homes at an unrivalled price.”

Priestley Construction is currently on-site delivering a number of residential and mixed-use schemes across Bradford, including the award-winning renovation of the Grade II listed building, Conditioning House on Cape Street.