Answering the Local Authority call for more high quality, affordable
accommodation, Howard Residences will incorporate well-thought layouts
that maximise both style and space - meeting the increased rental demand
currently growing in the region.
Howard Residences punctuates the junction between Howard Street and Eastwood Lane as one of the largest period buildings remaining in the area. The 4-storey building sits central to the town centre – the essential setting. The local mixed-use area consists of educational establishments, retail units and offices, and is located close to public transport links with the main bus station and railway station within a 5-minute walk. All main retail and leisure facilities are also in close proximity, providing superb access for city workers, young professionals and commuters alike.
Voted the UK's Top Property Hotspot of the Decade, ahead of London and second only to Manchester, Rotherham is central to fast and easy road links to that connect residents to the rest of the country; the M1, M18 and M180 motorways and the A1(M) are all accessible within a few minutes. Excellent regional rail links include direct services to London (in less than two hours) and Leeds, Edinburgh, Birmingham, Manchester and Liverpool – as well as four international airports – can be accessed within 90 minutes.
Employment and industry in the area is booming, as Rotherham-based companies have swift access to 46 European cities and 370 million consumers in less than three hours and property values are set to soar as the new £58M Super-tram project gets underway – connecting Rotherham to Sheffield in under 25 minutes and opening up a huge pool of in and out commuters.