The 29 city-centre studio apartments on Bailey Street are already proving popular, with the urban warehouse block offering a modern yet industrial alternative to traditional city centre living.
All units across the two storeys of the £2.2 million development are fully furnished, with on-site amenities including secure bicycle storage, a laundry facility and a central courtyard garden.
Crossbow Ventures Ltd acted as the developer for the scheme, while all of the apartments are being let and managed by Intus Lettings.
Simon Earles, lettings director at Intus Lettings, said: “We’re tremendously excited that work has finished on Bells Court and we can now make the apartments available to Sheffield residents. It’s a truly unique development which offers a striking contrast between traditional 1950s architecture and modern interiors and fittings – something we feel will really appeal to locals.
“These stunning properties are perfect for both professionals and students looking for that boutique style of living while at the same time wanting to get the most out of everything the city has to offer. With their location just a five-minute walk from the bustling city centre, they’re sure to be snapped up in no time!”