All 102 studio apartments of Maid Marian House – the £6.25 million conversion development located on Maid Marian Way, just a stone’s throw away from the city centre – have been sold since the scheme’s launch in September 2015.
Amenities for the 28,000 sq ft development – which is due for completion in two phases: phase one in May 2016 and phase two in September 2016 – are set to include a gym and premium cinema room, as well as on-site laundry facilities and study space.
Michael Fenlon, sales director at Knight Knox, said: “Maid Marian House really raises the bar in boutique student living, so it’s no surprise that it’s sold out so quickly – especially with Nottingham’s ever-growing student market.
“Being so close to the city centre and with all the mod cons today’s students are looking for, the development is one we’re really proud of and that we’re certain will appeal to future tenants.”
The development is being constructed by Beaumont Morgan and will be let and block-managed in its entirety by Fortis Lettings and Management.
Kieran Moore, director of Fortis, said: “All of the apartments in Maid Marian House have been diligently crafted with their future residents in mind. The studios benefit from high-end appliances, quality fixtures and fittings and an overall contemporary design – appealing to Nottingham’s student demographic – and we can’t wait to see the finished result later in the year.”
Maid Marian House is one of 15 successful student accommodation projects launched by Knight Knox and Fortis Developments, with notable previous projects including Bard House, also in Nottingham, Chronicle House in Chester and St. Andrew’s Court in Glasgow.