Clarendon Quarter in Leeds, one of abrdn’s real estate investments, is no ordinary development.
The former school building has 324 studios and flats – with an onsite gym, cinema room and laundrette. And 80% of its properties are reserved for key workers.
That includes nurses, police, teachers and care workers – and lower-earners in retail and hospitality. All pay discounted rents. And with plenty of green and energy-efficient features, the development is built to keep its carbon footprint and energy bills down too.
262 apartments for key workers
UK’s largest stabilised build-to-rent development
Sustainable features like solar panels to cut costs and carbon emissions