This brand-new public space in the city centre brings greenery to urban surroundings and provides a new focal point for families to enjoy.
Located on the former fire station site off Rockingham Street, the play park features two large pyramid towers, stainless steel slides, climbing structures, playhouses, a seesaw, splash park features, wheelchair-accessible play equipment, and more.
Joining the likes of Monki and Weekday, cosy Danish brand Søstrene Grene have recently joined other well-loved businesses in the city centre bringing their popular homewares store to Cambridge Street.
A host of new workspaces are tempting more top talent into the city centre. 2,500 staff are already in place at Grosvenor House thanks to HSBC and law firm CMS.
On the horizon is contemporary workspace on the upper floors of Isaacs building, the award-nominated and super sustainable Elshaw House, and the unique small office space of Athol House.
The jewel in the crown of Heart of the City. This former collection of small industrial workshops – and a Grade II* listed building no less – is currently being transformed into a new social hub for creative independent businesses.
Renowned Sheffield artist, Pete McKee, is already on board as the first official tenant and will be moving his gallery into Leah's Yard – who’ll be next?
Back in 2020, international hotel brand, Radisson Blu, were selected by Sheffield City Council as the preferred hotel brand for its flagship Heart of the City II hotel, overlooking the Peace Gardens.
Four years later and we're now looking forward to the hotel opening later this year, complete with high-end rooftop bar and restaurant and stunning views over the city.
The former Kingdom nightclub is now known as the Gaumont Building again, a nod to its past as a theatre. Lots of progress was made in 2023 and the red steel frame exterior has now been shed to reveal a contemporary look for the leisure venue. which will have leafy external ‘living walls’.
Sandwiched between the prime developments on Cambridge Street, Bethel Chapel is a 15,000 sq.ft. space that is set to become a new live entertainment venue for the city, that will have a bar and cafe area on the first floor with roof terrace and balcony on the top floor.
Fargate's extensive redevelopment work is well underway, so while it might not look its best at the moment, it will definitely be worth the wait with new planting, lighting, seating, play features, and pocket parks, all being integrated.
The proposed social hub Event Central will also blend co-working and culture, including a live music venue.
Chapel Walk has a proud history as one of the city centre’s most-loved shopping streets and back in July, it was announced that £1.24 million would be awarded to local businesses to help further transform the street into a vibrant city centre destination.
As one of the most significant parts of Sheffield history, Castlegate’s regeneration is eagerly awaited. Plans include uncovering the River Sheaf, exposing parts of the original castle, wide open public space, a riverside park, play features, and space for events.
Transformation of the site, once home to centuries of market trading, is now officially underway, with the first phase of the work having started in January 2024 and expected to continue through to July.
This sprawling £300m regeneration scheme spans 7 acres, providing almost 1 million sq. ft. of office, retail, leisure, hotel and living space, creating a new gateway into Sheffield City Centre.
The roundabout at West Bar is currently undergoing a transformation into Sheffield’s first Dutch-style roundabout. This will slow down traffic flow, prioritising and making it safer for pedestrians and cyclists.