Lightbox Sheffield

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Lightbox Sheffield

We are delighted to announce a stunning residential development situated at the heart of Sheffield and a contemporary new home for the city’s young professionals.

Investment opportunity is now being made available with a guaranteed 8% PA NET return for the first 3 years with a similar or higher yield expected from year 4 onwards. Construction is well underway with completion expected Q4 2019. There are discounts of up to 17.5% based on the market valuations with prices starting from just £83,400. Coupons ( Interest) of up to 5% are paid on deposited funds.

 

We are delighted to announce a stunning residential development situated at the heart of Sheffield and a contemporary new home for the city’s young professionals.The latest state-of-the-art addition to Sheffield’s ever-expanding skyline from renowned developers Noble Design & Build, Lightbox offers prime investment opportunities for landlord’s keen to capitalise on the city’s growing rental market Comprising 162 stunning one-bed, two-bed and studio apartments over four spacious levels, Lightbox answers the city’s growing demand for affordable luxury living, just a stone’s throw from Sheffield’s Universities, Royal Hallamshire Hospital, train station, restaurants and bars and#well-served by city centre shops and theatres.

Investment Summary

8% Guaranteed PA Net return for the first 3 years

Investment from £83,400

Interest of up to 5% are paid on deposited funds.

 

Sheffield is England’s fourth-largest city and is an exciting and modern place with a population of over 560,000. It is one of the UK’s most popular destinations for students, playing host to over 60,000 domestic and overseas students, a high proportion of whom choose to stay, or return and settle in the city. Sheffield has an international reputation for steel making. It was this industry that established it as one England’s main industrial cities during the 18th, 19th and 20th centuries. This industry used Sheffield’s unique combination of local iron, coal and water power supplied by the local rivers.

The steel industry now concentrates on more specialist steel-making and currently produces more steel per year by value than at any other time in its history. The industry has become highly automated and employs far fewer staff than in the past. Around 240,000 people work in Sheffield in approximately 20,000 businesses. Sheffield has a thriving commercial centre with branches of some of the world’s most famous organisation located in the city (including IBM, Rolls Royce and Boeing). The largest employers are now all public sector: the two universities, NHS, and national and local government employees. Private fee-paying international students are also a major source (£120m per year) of income to the local economy through the universities.