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Situated across from the landmark Cathedral Quarter leisure and office development, Newspaper House offers 66 contemporary flats with the added convenience of car parking.
As one of the first block of apartments in Blackburn, Newspaper House is proving to be a welcome addition to the town centre.
The redevelopment of the former Newspaper office has brought vibrant urban living potential to an area that councillor Phil Riley, the regeneration boss of Blackburn with Darwen Council said: “We know that a vibrant town centre can’t just be about retail. We also need to encourage people to come and live here.”
Situated across from the landmark Cathedral Quarter leisure and office development, Newspaper House offers convenience as well as comfort and is proving to be a welcome addition to the town centre.
With each of the residential units completed to a high standard, Newspaper House repurposes an empty building in a very positive manner, creating a central location for residents to easily commute to and from work and modern living spaces that appeal to the current market.
The living spaces were designed to provide contemporary accommodation that maximises the available space. The Newspaper House project has seen a lot of interest and has created much-needed housing in this busy part of the town.
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