Unite Students has reached practical completion on its latest student accommodation development, Hayloft Point on Middlesex Street in Aldgate, central London.
The £190m development, which covers 29,000 sqm and 24-storeys will provide beds for 920 students and includes outdoor and indoor social spaces, study spaces, a free gym, cinema, games and karaoke rooms.
Nick Hayes, Group Property Director at Unite Students, said: “The practical completion of Hayloft Point represents a significant milestone in our London growth strategy. With the support of one of the UK’s leading universities, King’s College London, in delivering this, it also reflects our success in building valuable long-term partnerships with key higher education institutions.
“There remains a huge opportunity to meeting growing demand across London - where there remains a significant undersupply of high-quality, affordable accommodation. This new building represents a truly market-leading offer for students - placing them in the heart of the action, in the centre of London – and with unbeatable amenities.”
Hayloft Point has a five-year contract agreed with King’s College London to provide beds for its students. The property is fully let for the 2022/23 academic year.