Two Phoenix Square apartments ready for viewing

Two show apartments at the £21 million Phoenix Square development in the Cultural Quarter have opened up to would-be tenants to explore by appointment. The two show homes are both on the sixth floor, and include a studio apartment with a balcony and a two-bedroom apartment with a large terrace, both of which have panoramic views of the city’s Cultural Quarter.

Phoenix Square, which is due to open in November, features 63 of the individually-designed homes in a building which features some of the very latest green technology. The rest of the building will house two cinema screens and a micro-cinema, and the very latest in digital technology – studio spaces and workspaces for rent.

Peter Connolly, development director of Blueprint, said: „This is our chance to show our commitment to delivering quality, design and sustainability. One of our main focuses is to give people the ‚wow’ factor as they walk in and great care has been taken to this attention to detail. We wanted to demonstrate that we can not only talk about sustainability, but we can also deliver practical energy saving and environmentally friendly solutions”.

Leicester City Council’s cultural quarter project director Mike Candler added: „Phoenix Square will be one of the most interesting and dynamic new buildings in the city, and these luxurious apartments are an important part of that. They’ll offer a unique opportunity for city living in the heart of the Cultural Quarter, and living in state-of-the-art individually-designed homes in an iconic building, which is equipped with some of the very latest environmentally-friendly technology”.

To book a viewing of any of the apartments, phone Mary at James Sellick Special Projects on 0116 285 1600 or e-mail:

For further information on what¹s on offer at Phoenix Square, visit .

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