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To the west of Leeds city centre, the old Doncaster Monkbridge Iron and Steelworks is a place with history and potential. With new homes, offices and retail in development, plus walking access to Leeds station along the soon-to-be refurbished viaduct, this will become a bustling new neighbourhood

Key facts

HUB’s first residential development in Leeds

463 homes to rent

Public realm, and a 'sky park' connection to city centre

Designed by Carey Jones Chapman Tolcher

Funded by Bridges Fund Management

On site

To be operated by UNCLE

Impact

Two buildings with up to 20 storeys will provide quality sustainable housing, expanding Leeds’ city centre area with walkable access to central amenities as well as nearby office developments.


Project highlight

This historic area includes a Grade II listed viaduct which will be transformed into a sky park, providing an inspiring, walkable link to the city.

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