Location

Set in Holbeck Urban Village, Ironworks is just 7 minutes’ walk from Leeds station and a 10 minutes’ wander from the city’s brilliant bars, restaurants, shops and cultural life.

It’s no wonder that more homes are being built and more people are choosing to live in the area which has the distinctive feel of a village within the city. Ironworks residents will join Holbeck Urban Village’s growing community who make the most of the abundance of facilities on the doorstep, including two nearby gyms.

The area is home some of the city’s most loved independent eateries; from coffee and cake at Out of the Woods and Taste to top notch pub grub at the Cross Keys and The Midnight Bell and award-winning small plates at Matt Healy X The Foundry. The neighbourhood is a hive of creativity thanks to the wealth of creative and digital businesses in Marshall’s Mill and The Round Foundry Media Centre, and Ironworks residents will join an already close-knit community as there is a handful of apartments dotted around the place.

Location

Set in Holbeck Urban Village, Ironworks is just 7 minutes’ walk from Leeds station and a 10 minutes’ wander from the city’s brilliant bars, restaurants, shops and cultural life.

It’s no wonder that more homes are being built and more people are choosing to live in the area which has the distinctive feel of a village within the city. Ironworks residents will join Holbeck Urban Village’s growing community who make the most of the abundance of facilities on the doorstep, including two nearby gyms.

The area is home some of the city’s most loved independent eateries; from coffee and cake at Out of the Woods and Taste to top notch pub grub at the Cross Keys and The Midnight Bell and award-winning small plates at Matt Healy X The Foundry. The neighbourhood is a hive of creativity thanks to the wealth of creative and digital businesses in Marshall’s Mill and The Round Foundry Media Centre, and Ironworks residents will join an already close-knit community as there is a handful of apartments dotted around the place.

Connected to the city.

Open to the sky.

There are also a number of beautiful public spaces which Ironworks residents will be able to enjoy, including the much loved ‘Wonderwood’ art park.

The Leeds Liverpool Canal is right on the doorstep, well-used by cyclists, runners and walkers – whether that’s the 5 miles to Rodley, 11 miles to Saltaire or even the 130 miles to Liverpool!

The development also sits in the heart of the city’s emerging South Bank regeneration area, which will expand the city centre southwards creating a new community including thousands of homes and jobs along with a new park.

Connected to the city.

Open to the sky.

There are also a number of beautiful public spaces which Ironworks residents will be able to enjoy, including the much loved ‘Wonderwood’ art park.

The Leeds Liverpool Canal is right on the doorstep, well-used by cyclists, runners and walkers – whether that’s the 5 miles to Rodley, 11 miles to Saltaire or even the 130 miles to Liverpool!

The development also sits in the heart of the city’s emerging South Bank regeneration area, which will expand the city centre southwards creating a new community including thousands of homes and jobs along with a new park.

Connected to the city.

Open to the sky.

There are also a number of beautiful public spaces which Ironworks residents will be able to enjoy, including the much loved ‘Wonderwood’ art park.

The Leeds Liverpool Canal is right on the doorstep, well-used by cyclists, runners and walkers – whether that’s the 5 miles to Rodley, 11 miles to Saltaire or even the 130 miles to Liverpool!

The development also sits in the heart of the city’s emerging South Bank regeneration area, which will expand the city centre southwards creating a new community including thousands of homes and jobs along with a new park.