Move in ready homes
Velocity Village, Sheffield, is located a short stroll from the city centre’s shops, legal & financial district, restaurants, bars and two Universities and benefits from excellent local transport links, with the train station just a short distance away.
The contemporary and stylish development typifies the integration of modern urban living and working environments, boasting 443 premium residential apartments, 38,000 sq. ft. of high quality office accommodation and an onsite cafe, gymnasium and elegant landscaped courtyards.
It's so good - we are fully let
|The Three Tuns
|AMMA WORLD FOODS
|University of Sheffield- Faculty of Engineering
|Anytime Fitness Sheffield
|Edward Street Park
What our Residents Think
Great Place to Live
All issues responded to very quickly. Easy portal to report faults, ask for meter readings and pay rent. Useful NCP beneath although a bit expensive. Allows pet visitors! Well kept communal spaces and courtyards.
Very good accomodation, clean modern design internally and externally. The accommodation is very clean and I never hear noise from other residents. The balcony provides an exceptional view of Kelham Island and Parkwood hills. Locations close to the city centre is ideal for students.
improvement on fees and service
Add daily facilities, such as desks and lights, open free fitness equipment in public areas, provide more gas, network suppliers.
This is a low-bills building
Save up to £6,497 on your first year* when you rent with us. Learn more on the ways you can save here.
Above-average EPC rating
Our homes are highly energy efficient. Save up to £1,126pa on energy bills (benchmarked against a typical rating of a traditional EPC grade of "D"
Save up to £220pa on energy bills as our homes come with energy efficient appliances.
Save on average £540pa. Our Wi-Fi is superfast and it is free.
We've furnished it, so you'll love it. Save £2,091 - which is what Money Tips say it would otherwise cost you.
Transport on your doorstep - no need for a car. Public transport is 45% greener, and 49% cheaper, and save circa £2,520 on parking.
Total Potential Savings:
This is a wheelchair accessible building
These features are available to make your residence with us strees-free
|Sockets at wheelchair friendly heights
|Ramps / level access to get into buildings
|Lift access to upper floors
This is a building built with sustainability in mind
Learn more on the accreditions we have achieved by hovering on the logo
BREEAM in use
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