Landscape view not supported, please use portrait view!

Apartments for sale in a new skyscraper set to be built in central Leeds

New apartment building in Leeds set to be one Yorkshire’s tallest buildings

Build to rent is all the rage in and around Leeds city centre as pension funds and other investment businesses look for long-term returns on property investment.

This means the number of new-build flats for sale are few and far between but this week property investment firm Aspen Woolf has opened reservations for apartments in a new skyscraper.

Sky Gardens, a 32-storey, 101 metre high building will dominate the skyline on Leeds’ South Bank. Due to open in 2024, it is being designed by award-winning architects and Aspen Woolf say it will provide “a level of luxury living that has no equal in Leeds”. Aspen Woolf is taking pre-launch reservations that require a 20% deposit. Prices start from £145,000.