No need to settle for second best in Leeds as Collegiate opens new luxury student accommodation

9th March 2015

There was a time when as a student in Leeds you only had two choices when it came to purpose built accommodation – live in Collegiate’s Pennine House, or settle for second best in university halls. But now, with the launch of Collegiate’s second site in the city, all that has changed.

Algernon Firth has been taken over by Collegiate in response to huge demand from Leeds’ students for superior accommodation and now you can book your room for September 2015. The site is located in central Leeds, perfectly situated for the shops, cafés, restaurants and bars of this vibrant city.

Collegiate has gone to great lengths to ensure that Algernon Firth has everything you could possibly need. The site includes a private gym for keeping in shape and those all-important breaks from studying. Secure internal bike storage means that residents can keep their transportation safe and sound. And an on-site launderette makes doing life’s little chores that bit easier.

Of course the building also comes fully equipped for 21st century students, with high-speed broadband and Wi-Fi throughout, meaning you can stay connected with the world while you study and during your down time.

Eri Cuanalo, Collegiate CEO, comments,

“We know how important it is for students to have reliable internet access, so we’ve ensured that this is a key feature of your accommodation at Algernon Firth. Whether you need to research obscure academic sites for a particular piece of information or keep in touch with friends and family from back home via Skype, you can do it all without hassle at Algernon Firth.”

For peace of mind, an on-site concierge and 24 hour on-call support system are also in place, along with CCTV in communal areas and secure electronic entry.

Algernon Firth means you no longer have to settle for second best in Leeds, so get in touch on 0113 242 2888 or email af@collegiate-ac.com to find out how you can book your room from September 2015.
 

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