Situated on Bradshawgate, Bolton, Sun Alliance House was formerly used as office space. Empire has redeveloped and repurposed the property to create 81 self-contained apartments, while the ground floor has been retained as a commercial unit for added income.
Close to amenities and transport links, Sun Alliance House provides luxury residential space in a busy area suitable for local workers or commuters.
With Bolton undergoing a radical transformation in recent years, Sun Alliance House offers an excellent residential hub and a promising capital uplift.
The resurgence of Bolton town centre continues at pace, with new projects now underway that are set to bring more jobs and interest to the area. There is currently a one billion pound regeneration scheme at work, intended to rejuvenate the town centre even further.
The regeneration projects complement the Victorian architecture evident in the town hall as well as Le Mans Crescent, which gained fame in recent years by Peaky Blinders being filmed there.
Sun Alliance House faces local landmark Nelson Square, which has been the focus of a resurgence of entertainment premises in recent years. The property is well situated for these amenities while still providing privacy and security.
The apartments have been completed to a high standard, bringing top-quality city living to an area with so much to give.
Transport links to surrounding areas are excellent, with Manchester Picadilly only a 24-minute train journey away. With vibrant entertainment amenities, a bustling town centre and a rapidly rising profile, Bolton has a lot to offer.
Sun Alliance House is at the heart of an area which may become increasingly sought after as the regeneration projects continue.
England’s main regional cities are set for further strong growth after a strong bounce back in building projects last year driven mainly by big residential schemes.
Yorkshire-based Empire Property has this week received outline planning permission for the gateway £44m Bradshawgate development comprising 269 new homes and commercial retail space. Bolton Council delivered a unanimous decision for approval to bring the development forward.
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