Imperial Square is an off-plan development that features a selection of modern 1- and 2-bedroom apartments. Designed to meet the demand for high-quality rental property from a rising number of city workers relocating to London commuter belt locations, Imperial Square will emerge as a desirable address for commuters.
Over the last few years, Luton’s property market has continuously outperformed the national average. Property value and rental returns continue to flourish in the London commuter belt town due to its enviable transport links to the city, strengthening its position as one of the most profitable buy-to-let markets in the UK.
To appeal to renters, Imperial Square will contain a selection of sought-after on-site facilities including a private dining room, a cinema room, a reception with 24/7 concierge, a club lounge and underground parking. Residents will also enjoy access to communal landscaped podium gardens.
The ground floor of the building is reserved for three commercial units which have been reserved for a gym, a coffee shop and a convenience store. Residents will have access to everything they need under one roof.
Situated just over 30 miles north-west of the capital, Luton is a commuter belt town which is experiencing a major transformation as more people move away from London property investment. Luton is one of the UK’s fastest growing towns and with plans for £1.5 billion worth of investment aimed to enhance engineering, innovation, employment, leisure, retail, office space and housing, the town shows no signs of slowing down.
In recent years, properties in London’s commuter belt have become an alternative for buyers who are unable to afford London property investment. To appeal to the commuter market, New Bedford House is just 0.2 miles from Luton Railway Station.