The Exchange House project in central Wakefield is a mixed-use development comprising of four floors. The ground floor is made up of two retail units, one of which is let to a high-profile sports retailer and the other to a well-known food retailer.
The three upper floors have been fully converted into 30 self-contained contemporary studio apartments. The windows have been replaced in the Empire brand, totally transforming the property into a vibrant modern redevelopment for an eager market.
The ongoing regeneration of Wakefield is intended to make the cathedral city an even better place to live and work, with various initiatives making an impact on the area.
These include the Future High Street Fund and the Heritage Action Zone scheme.
Regeneration projects included in the city-wide initiative include residential, office and leisure developments in the Wakefield Waterfront project, the Trinity Walk shopping centre project and more.
By creating these apartments, we provided new residential spaces for an in-demand part of this fast-moving city.
Exchange House is situated just a 5‑minute walk from Wakefield Westgate Railway Station and also only 5 minutes away from the Trinity Walk shopping centre.
As well as offering top-quality living spaces in a popular part of the city, Exchange House is well situated for local workers and those who commute to surrounding areas.
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