As our fair city continues to develop on the strength of the 2017 City of Culture, city-centre living has become all the rage. Consequently, snazzy apartment developments are springing up ubiquitously. This article presents five of Hull’s Coolest Apartments available right now.
Bond Street, Hull City Centre
Found in the former Kingston House—a 1960s office development that became home to Hull City Council—K2 is a ‘revolutionary’ space that houses luxury serviced apartments available for short-term and long-term letting.
Tenants have access to a wealth of leisure, dining, and exercise facilities that include—but are not limited to—a dedicated reception, scenic roof terrace, café and restaurant, and a hair salon. Additionally, being in Hull City Centre, tenants are in close proximity to all that is on offer in the heart of our fair city. Now, as I have mentioned, tenants have access to a scenic roof terrace which, on balance, constitutes the coolest part of the K2 building and affords unrivalled views of Hull and the surrounding area—particularly North Lincolnshire.
The developers of K2 are Tradepark, a commercial property development company that concentrates on the development of complex spaces. You may find their contact details and much more via the following online platforms:
King William House
Market Place, Hull City Centre
King William House, formerly a bank and office block, has recently been refurbished and now accommodates high-specification apartments equipped with modern fully equipped kitchens, real wood laminate flooring, sound-reducing acoustic windows, LED spotlights, underfloor heating, and Sky Q television connections.
Courtesy of its Market Place location, King William House provides enviable views of the historic, and magnificent, Hull Minster and is on the doorstep of the ever-improving Fruit Market district. King William House is an interesting development because it takes its name from King William III, widely known as William of Orange, who had a special relationship with our city because Hull was the first large city to swear its allegiance to ‘King Billy’.
The developers of King William House are North Star, a Yorkshire-based property asset management company. You may find their contact details and much more via the following online platforms:
Queens Gardens / Rose Bowl Fountain, Hull City Centre
Queens Court Apartments, found in the iconic BBC Humberside building, provides well-presented apartments equipped with high-specification fittings throughout, an optional housekeeping service, and a balcony which presents sweeping views of the Humber Estuary and North Lincolnshire. Additionally, tenants have access to a secure, underground car park as well as CCTV and intercom entry alongside easy access to Hull City Centre.
Naturally, the wonder of Queens Court Apartments lies in its proximity to BBC Humberside; being so close to the beating heart of news media in our region is something to marvel at as well as being a privilege. Pure Block Management, part of the Garness Group and dedicated to providing effective management services, manage Queens Courts Apartments. You may find their contact details and much more via the following online platforms:
Hideout Apartment Hotel
North Church Side (Adjacent to Hull Minster), Hull City Centre
Hideout Hotel offers luxury apartments available for short-term stays and mid-term letting. Each apartment comes with contactless check-in, super king-sized beds, high-specification fittings throughout, underfloor heating, and private and secure car parking.
Hideout Hotel is a unique space, opposite Hull Minster, with an ambience that is charming and bohemian. What is more, its exterior is unsuspecting, yet attractive, which generates a sense of splendid isolation that is hard to come by in a city centre location. You may find out more about Hideout Apartment Hotel via the following online platforms:
South Street, Hull City Centre
Tivoli House, a former office and retail unit, is a stylishy furnished with single-bedroom high-quality apartments perfect for young professionals who require or simply desire, city-centre living. Each apartment is equipped with high-specification fittings, a fabulous fully-tiled bathroom, and a spacious open-plan design.
Interestingly, Tivoli House occupies the site of the former Tivoli Theatre which is famous locally for the death of actor Arthur Lucan who passed away backstage during a performance of Old Mother Riley in 1954. Tivoli House is managed by Empire, a market leader in property development. You may find out more via the following online platforms: