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- City Centre Location
- Fire Compliant
- Building Control Approved
- Close to schools and parks
- Less than 3minutes walk to city centre
- Controlled access to the building
- Gas Heating
- Luxury 1 Bedroom apartments still available
Well known in the city as the Iconic shirt factory, the Abercorn Factory has been transformed to provide modern city centre living.
The Abercorn apartments are a 93 unit residential development, situated on a prominent end terrace cornering on the Abercorn Road. The Abercorn Apartments are perfect for professionals working in the town centre. The location has stunning views of the River Foyle.
It is less than a 3-minute walk to Foyleside shopping centre, Debenhams, Iceland and Marks & Spencers.
Apartments available from £115 per week.
Please contact Dawn on 02871262184 to collect an application form.
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