Aspen Woof and Bradford
Award-winning property investment firm to build hi-tech apartments in a Bradford office building.
20:13 28 October 2019
Aspen Woof has confirmed plans of bringing its Liv3 brand to Broadace House and building 28 new apartments that will boast some of the most advanced technology in the world. Each of the 28 new high-specification one and two-bedroom apartments will be fully automated and will feature everything from motion to mood lighting to automatic blinds and smart heating through the firm’s advanced smart home package.
Aspen Woof said it has chosen the property because it is the perfect residential hotspot for those looking to embrace an urban lifestyle. It added that the area is one of the premier buy-to-let hotspots in the UK today and offers an excellent opportunity for investors to secure low-priced property ahead of impressive forecasted growth.
Oliver Ramsden at Aspen Woolf said: "We’re pleased to be able to bring this investment opportunity to Bradford as this is a highly anticipated project in the heart of the city centre.
"Bradford has seen a period of sustained investment over the last few years and is set to receive a further £75 million to attract urban entrepreneurs. It is the perfect time to invest, as investors can purchase at the lowest possible price to gain the highest potential returns."