The Exchange is a brand new, off-plan development, ideally located in Preston city centre.
Setting The Exchange apart from other developments, the scheme will also offer a residents lounge and roof garden, helping to create a relaxing community space for tenants to meet and unwind.
Residents can enjoy a host of on-site amenities, including a gym, hotel-style concierge and secure bicycle storage.
With Preston undergoing a transformation, the city is booming. Regeneration, cultural growth, educational excellence and great connectivity are under-pinning the fastest growth the city has ever known.
One-, two- and three-bed apartments
Full on-site front of house team
Fully-equipped fitness suite
Private residents' roof garden
Within walking distance of central shopping areas, UCLAN university and transport links (including the new HS2 station), The Exchange sits within the hotly anticipated Stoneygate regeneration masterplan. This will create a new ‘urban village’ for Preston, underlining the city's appeal as a desirable destination to live, work and play.
Preston is currently at the centre of an impressive growth phase with £1bn of economic growth forecast over the next 10 years. The city is set to benefit from 17,420 new homes and the creation of around 20,000 new jobs as commercial investment in the region tops £2.3bn.
Preston is in the process of levelling up to provide a serious rival to the major towns of the North like Manchester, Liverpool and Leeds. With properties selling fast, there's never been a better time to invest or buy.
Preston has been on an upward trajectory since it was granted city status in 2002. Now the third-largest city in the North West, it continues to go from strength-to-strength.
Thanks to a package of private and public sector deals, the city is experiencing a ‘once-in-a-lifetime transformation’ that’s set to level-up its social and business infrastructure with a total forecasted growth of £1bn over the next decade.
Today, Preston is home to the highest number of registered enterprises in Lancashire (5,165) and continues to attract new talent every year, including many from the University of Central Lancashire and beyond.
With enviable transport links, established business and education hubs and a clear path for sustained growth, the city has an exciting future ahead as both a place to live and invest.
A long-term vision that will span the next decade and more, the Stoneygate Masterplan was put forward in 2019 and given the green light in June 2020.
The scheme will create a vibrant mixed-use ‘urban village’ in the city centre, transforming several districts, including some underutilised sites, into a trendy area to live, work and play.
The Stoneygate Masterplan at a glance:
The city has a strong high-street offering, as well as markets, independent and vintage outlets, along with three shopping centres and two retail parks.
The Markets Quarter is a visionary £50m project for the construction of a brand new market hall and the restoration of two Grade 2 Listed Victorian canopies. The end result will be a quarter that’s packed with popular food and drink spots, traditional market stalls, a contemporary cinema theatre and more to rival anything in the north west.
Preston is a liveable city, blessed with award-winning green space. Plus, the UK’s largest national park, The Lake District a short journey north, with the Peak District just to the south.