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St Paul's Place (fka City Lofts)


St Paul’s City Lofts

St Paul’s is inarguably the finest address in Sheffield. Its two 32-storey and 12-storey residential towers exude a commanding presence in the heart of the city. These prime Sheffield apartments are minutes from the railway station, they overlook St Paul’s Place and all the immediate amenities of the town centre. This landmark development is a spectacular recent addition to the city.

There is no doubt there can be no finer location and no finer address in the centre of Sheffield. A striking addition to the city’s skyline, St Paul’s rises over 100m above St Paul’s Place in the heart of the city.
The development is ideally situated adjacent to the Millennium Galleries, the Winter Gardens, the Town Hall and the Peace Gardens and just minutes from
 Sheffield Hallam University. The legendary Crucible Theatre is nearby and the mainline railway station is directly accessible via a newly constructed pedestrian route. Café society, communications, retail, leisure and entertainment - St Paul’s is at the centre of it all. An outstanding address and a proud symbol of an energetic and forward-looking city.

Conran & Partners are not only the architects for St Paul’s but also responsible for the interior layout of the apartments. Conran worked to ensure every aspect of the living space was carefully considered from the overall planning of the
 apartment through to the individual hooks on bathroom doors. Similarly, selection and style of appliances was based on a thorough understanding of the requirements of the modern, urban lifestyle.

Come home in style – ride the glass lift up the side of the tower, appreciating the stunning view outside as you go. Arrive at your light-filled Conran designed
 apartment with unrivalled views over and beyond the city. The full height glazed windows give you a real sense of space.
The dimmable recessed spotlights can be controlled from one central point to enhance the mood and atmosphere. Relax and enjoy the 'sense of space'; appreciate the sensuous 'bare-feet-friendly' underfloor heating, also creating the opportunity for clean, radiator-free space planning.