This mixed use scheme provides private residential, retail and office accommodation, revitalising a key riverside site in Sheffield.
Client Urban i
The brownfield site, which faces the River Don, was previously used for retail and warehousing. The scheme, is housed in a landmark 17-storey curved glass tower, two five storey apartment buildings and the converted Grade II listed Castle House. It also includes a new riverside walkway, landscaped public space at the centre of the site, and the restoration of the ‘crucible stack’ – a historically significant listed monument.
123 one and two-bed market sale apartments are arranged around a landscaped courtyard. Four duplex penthouse apartments at the top of the spectacular fully glazed tower. A restaurant is located in the base of the tower, and the apartments above have the benefit of spectacular views out over the city and a communal roof terrace space.
The three-storey brick-built Castle House has been retained and converted into offices with a café bar and restaurant on the ground floor.
Photography Hundven-Clements Photography