Halifax House is situated on the corner of Ferguson Street and Blackwall in the centre of Halifax town. Formerly used as offices for an insurance company, the property has been redeveloped to bring 65 one and two-bed apartments with parking to this prime location.
The whole property has been renovated to a high standard, creating contemporary living spaces that are ideal for commuters and those who work in the town centre itself.
Halifax House offers an ideal opportunity to acquire property in an area where housing is desperately in need.
Halifax is a town in West Yorkshire with a rich history in the wool trade dating back to the 15th century. In the modern era, the town has become ubiquitous with brands such as the Halifax Building Society and Mackintosh’s sweet products like Rolos and Quality Street.
With demand for city living spaces in the area, the Halifax House redevelopment provides 65 modern properties designed and built with convenience and safety in mind.
Regarding the project, Empire’s managing director Paul Rothwell was quoted by the Halifax Courier; “With a deposit to purchase a house out of reach for so many and increasing rental values, we are seeing people turning to substandard and poorly maintained properties. Our aim is to provide accommodation which is fit for purpose, well finished, safe and secure.”
Situated only 4 miles from the M62, it has strong transport links with the surrounding areas.
Rich in landmarks such as the historic Piece Hall, Dean Clough Mill, Halifax Town Hall and People’s Park, the town has a deep history. Following regeneration initiatives over the last decade, Halifax is emerging as a great place to be.
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