The letting team from MyPad will be giving tours of HU1 at Essex House tomorrow between 11-3pm.
The newly refurbished building includes forty-five luxury apartments and forms part of a £42m investment in Hull City Centre by private firm, Iguana Developments who are renovating three major property developments for residential use; HU1 at Essex House, Liberty House and the Police Station in Queen’s Gardens.
These outstanding regeneration projects are attracting young professionals to experience city living at a level that has never been seen before.
Jason Coleman, managing director of Iguana Developments is launching what he says have been the best kept secret in the Hull. He says:
“HU1 at Essex House is the first of three buildings to be ready. It has been renovated from a ten storey office block into forty-five, high-spec, one and two bed apartments to include; a concierge, cinema, gym, gaming room, ultrafast broadband, balconies, roof terraces and the most spectacular views of Hull.”
“All of my properties have value added, not just a home but a lifestyle and now Iguana Developments is taking city living to the next level. In the past many developers have seen Hull as deserving just cheap and cheerful, but we offer a 21st century London experience by including luxury facilities within each building, for people who appreciate quality and demand amenities that reflect their aspirational lifestyles. I wanted to bring Kingston upon Thames to Kingston upon Hull.”
“Each apartment has been fitted-out in designer luxury, fully furnished including LED TVs, top specification kitchens with built in wine coolers, microwaves and dishwashers, designer fully tiled bathrooms, App controlled heating and the fastest fibre optic internet of any building in Hull direct to router!”
Come along to: HU1 at Essex House, Manor Street, Hull, HU1 1YU.
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