Pin Yard Leeds Apartments, Holbeck Urban Village, Grainger Building News, West Yorkshire property design
Pin Yard Leeds Apartments at Holbeck Urban Village
15 March 2022
Location: Siddall Street, Holbeck Urban Village area, Leeds, West Yorkshire, northern England, UK
Introducing Pin Yard
New Stylish Build-to-rent Development Launching Just Minutes Walk From Leeds City Centre
Following The Success Of ‘the Headline’ Grainger Plc Launches Its Latest Development In Leeds Complete With Resident’s Lounge And Outdoor Courtyard
Pin Yard Apartments, Holbeck Urban Village, Leeds
The UK’s largest listed provider of private rental homes, Grainger plc, is expanding its portfolio of build to rent properties in Leeds, with a stylish new residential development, Pin Yard, designed exclusively for the modern-day renter.
Launching in February 2022, the new purpose-built rental development features an impressive 216 high quality rental homes, comprising a mix of one, two, and three-bedroom apartments.
Located on Siddall Street in the city’s Holbeck Urban Village area, the 11-storey property is conveniently located a short 10-minute walk from all city centre amenities, including Leeds Station, popular shopping centre Trinity Leeds and eating district, Call Lane.
Building on the success of The Headline, Grainger’s most Build-to-Rent property which launched in August 2021 on grounds of the former Yorkshire Post building and leased up in record time; Grainger is expanding its residential offering in Leeds responding to high demand with the Pin Yard, part of an exciting regeneration in the Holbeck Urban Village area.
Grainger’s Pin Yard features a range of high-class amenities, including a resident’s lounge, co-working space, well equipped gym, outdoor courtyard and events space – all of which are included within the rent.
The resident’s lounge and co-working amenity spaces have been designed to champion the heritage of the Holbeck Urban Village with a colourful, vibrant colour palette and robust, exposed details and raw materials celebrating the area’s rich industrial character.
Sustainability is also integral to the design of Pin Yard, with superfast Wi-Fi and smart-phone charging points in the co-working spaces powered by roof solar panels. The private outdoor courtyard covers over 3,500 sq. ft and is perfect for those warmer summer months, with picnic benches and seating for all residents to enjoy.
With safety and security a key concern for most renters, Grainger’s best in class security offering at the Pin Yard is designed to give residents peace of mind and a safe, secure home.
Complete with an inhouse Resident Services team and onsite handy person on hand to help with any resident requests, a programme of social activities has been set up to help build the community spirit, from cooking with chefs, to cocktail nights, to yoga and HIIT classes – there will be something for everyone at Pin Yard.
Helen Gordon, Chief Executive at Grainger said: “Leeds is a great city that continues to attract and retain an influx of professionals and families, creating a strong demand for professionally managed, high rental homes.
“Pin Yard provides an excellent solution for those looking for a lovely home with additional amenities in the creative centre of Leeds.
“At Grainger we offer residents more than just an apartment – a home, a hassle-free rental experience, and the opportunity to be part of a thriving new community.”
“We are really looking forward to launching Pin Yard and seeing our residents settle into their new homes, bringing new life to the neighbourhood.”
The stylish new homes at Pin Yard come equipped with modern furniture, a huge range of additional amenities and start at just £830 per calendar month.
For more information and to arrange a viewing visit the Pin Yard website.
Founded in Newcastle upon Tyne in 1912, Grainger plc, a FTSE 250 business, is the UK’s largest listed residential landlord and leader in the fast-growing build-to-rent sector, providing c.9,000 rental homes to 26,000 customers. We are creating thousands more rental homes by investing in 22 cities across the UK. We have a pipeline of secured build-to-rent development projects totalling 8,373 homes and £1.9bn.
Grainger works in partnership with a large number of public sector organisations to deliver new homes to local communities, including Transport for London, the Ministry of Defence, Lewisham Borough Council and the Local Pensions Partnership.
The Grainger team is dedicated to the common purpose of Renting Homes, Enriching Lives, backed by a set of core values. Our latest properties have a range of customer benefits from professional on-site resident services teams, resident amenities including gyms, residents’ lounges, roof terraces, meeting rooms and co-working space for those working from home, and superfast 250MB fibre optic broadband and WiFi included in the rent.
Grainger also takes a leading approach to sustainability, specifically Environmental and Social issues (ESG). We have an ambitious target to be net zero carbon in the operations of our buildings by 2030, to have a diverse and inclusive workforce and to make a positive social impact locally where we invest and operate.
In 2021, Grainger received several notable recognitions:
• BTR Specialist of the Year, EG Awards
• Residential Asset Manager of the Year, RESI Awards
• Sustainability Best Practice Reporting Award – Gold, European Public Real Estate Association
• FTSE4Good constituent since 2010
• ‘AA’ rating by MSCI for ESG
Pin Yard Leeds Apartments, Holbeck Urban Village, Northern England image / information received 150322
Location: Holbeck Urban Village, Leeds, West Yorkshire, Northern England, UK
Buildings in Leeds
West Yorkshire Architectural Projects
Leeds Architecture Designs – chronological list
Leeds Architecture Walking Tours – city walks by e-architect
Leeds Architectural Designs
Design: PagePark Architects
photograph : Jim Stephenson
Leeds Playhouse Building
Leeds Beckett University Creative Arts Building, Woodhouse Lane
image courtesy of architects
Leeds Beckett University Creative Arts Building
Maggie’s Yorkshire Centre, Bexley Wing, St James’s University Hospital
Design: Heatherwick Studio
images courtesy of architects studio
Maggie’s Yorkshire Centre Building
RIBA Yorkshire Awards 2022 Shortlist
photo © Andrew Wall
2022 RIBA Yorkshire Awards Shortlist
Comments / photos for the Pin Yard Leeds Apartments, Holbeck Urban Village page welcome