CITY DEVELOPMENT-REDEFINING STUDENT LIVING IN THE UK
THE world of higher education is changing in Plymouth, so too are the needs of the city’s student demographic, and with it a new era in spacious student accommodation being offered by Aspire Student Living – which is part of Millbay-based Pillar Land Securities.
Aspire House, a new student apartment block in Mayflower Street, is replacing the closed-down Comet store that has been empty since 2012 – and will be offering new spacious apartments, quality fixtures and fittings, and the perfect location in the heart of the city, said: Director of Pillar Land Securities, Richard Pillar.
Mr Pillar, said: “Aspire House provides city centre living in easy walking distance to the University of Plymouth and other amenities in the area like no other.”
“Our interior experts have designed spacious accommodation with students in mind, with tailored spaces and practical areas, and will be fitted out to the highest standards using the best materials.”
“Size matters, and our studios are on average 26/ sq/m, and more than 30% bigger than many other rivals in the city, and our en-suite apartment bedrooms start at 15 sq/m with fantastic contemporary communal space,’ said Mr Pillar.
“Our luxury accommodation is all inclusive with 1,2, and 3 bed boutique style apartments offering students flat screen TV’s to fully fitted luxury kitchens.”
“Home security is of paramount importance and video entry CCTV systems are of the highest standards.”
“All our apartments come beautifully furnished with spacious storage solutions, super fast broadband and redefining student living in the city,’ said Mr Pillar.
“The new development is in an area rapidly becoming a hotbed of new development and regeneration in the city.”
“Our luxury all inclusive apartments offer contemporary designs and reflecting city living in a friendly environment.”
“We offer high class features and a fantastic service, and Aspire House will provide a home and environment to succeed in.”
“Outstanding achievement demands exceptional accommodation,” added Mr Pillar