A FURTHER 13 apartments are being created at the Conditioning House re-development – and they all sold withing two weeks of going on the market.

The transformation of Bradford’s Conditioning House, completed in 2021, has continued with the addition of more apartments at the refurbished building.

Leeds-based developer, Priestley Homes, has added to the original 153 that were completed in the award-winning conversion of the Grade-II listed building.

The group’s main contractor, Priestley Construction, brought the £18 million residential scheme to life over a period of two years. The additional homes were made available in May and were all sold out in a two-week period.

One of the current units, a five-bedroom penthouse, is the most expensive apartment sold in Bradford to date and has gone to the rental market as the most expensive flat to rent in the district and is now Let.

Nathan Priestley, founder and chief executive officer of the Priestley Group, said: “Transforming Conditioning house into Bradford’s most exclusive address was a labour of love for more than four years and we delivered one of, if not the most, desirable places to live in the city, creating Bradford’s highest quality apartments.

“The addition of the thirteen apartments and the fact that these were sold so quickly, is a testament to the appetite for these homes and Bradford as a place to live. We believe Conditioning House is the standard for which residential development in Bradford should look like. The city is thriving, with growing inward investment boosting the local jobs market will only add to Bradford’s appeal as a desirable place to live.”