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Central House is a centrally located student accommodation development, perfect for those attending the three nearby universities - The University of Glasgow, The University of Strathclyde or Glasgow Caledonian University.
In a city with the fifth-largest student population in the UK (at over 65,000), Central House helps to fill a huge deficit between supply and demand in Glasgow’s student accommodation sector. The development, aside from its central location in easy reach of the city’s 3 universities, is also home to a number of shared facilities perfect for socialising, including communal lounge areas, laundry rooms and a state-of-the-art entertainment room.
Central House is a boutique student accommodation project in the heart of Glasgow, offering students the opportunity to live in a high-end student residence within walking distance of all local facilities and amenities.
Ranked the 57th most liveable city in the world in 2011, Glasgow is a highly sought after destination with over 65,000 students choosing to reside, study and work within the city’s boundaries.
With three Higher Education institutions to choose from, the combined annual student population regularly tops 65,000 annually which, coupled with a severe shortage of student housing, offers investors some of the best opportunities in the sector with demand clearly outstripping supply in this popular city.
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Fortis Developments is an award-winning development company specialising in the delivery of bespoke apartments to the residential and student property markets.
With an impressive portfolio of 20 completed developments, predominantly based in the UK’s premier Northern cities, Fortis have firmly asserted themselves as leaders in the field since their establishment in 2012.
Having launched almost 2,000 high-end apartments to the residential rental market, as well as over 1,500 student beds, Fortis Developments are leading contributors to the burgeoning Private Rented Sector (PRS) in the UK.