Prople presents property investment for the people, made possible through an accessible crowdfunding platform that requires low outlay and guarantees a high return. This in itself is an attractive opportunity, yet it’s made even more exciting when you take into account the area that surrounds our luxury apartments.
Located on Wellington Street in Hull’s awesome Fruit Market, you can take out between one and five shares at £2,000 each and benefit from an impressive 8% return. This means that if you were to invest £10,000 and let it grow for 25 years (such as for a child’s future or your own retirement), it would transform into £30,000 without having to lift a finger. You can also rest assured that our apartments are in high demand, as they come with high-speed KCOM Lightstream internet access, secure gated parking, bespoke décor, quartz worktops and the same beds you’ll find in Claridge’s, making them ultra-swanky.
What’s more, each apartment contains artwork by the local creative community, which is very important to us at Prople. We’re not just in the property game to provide first-rate homes, we also aim to nurture and enhance the already incredible cultural offering that’s on their doorsteps. Complementing the pieces that you’ll find within our properties, we’ve recently organised the addition of an eye-catching composition on the street itself.
Investing time, patience and elbow grease, local artist Calvin Innes has reproduced an old photograph as a 35ft by 15ft mural in the Prople courtyard. Despite it raining on the first day and half of his work washing away, Calvin persevered and succeeded in turning a small, black and white snapshot into an enormous tribute to the city’s past.
“Prople is doing something particularly special in the Fruit Market,” says Calvin. “Its format of property investment celebrates collaboration and welcomes investors from all backgrounds, so what better way to reflect this solidarity than with art that tells a story?”
This wonderful piece is characteristic of Hull’s unwavering belief that art should be for the people and available to all, very much like our property investment platform. Created using masonry paint, the monochrome mammoth is both nostalgic and modern, reminding us of our roots whilst representing today’s thriving street art scene. Why not pop down and take a look for yourself?
We’re helping Hull to catch up with the can-do attitude that you find in London, Manchester and other large urban hubs, so don’t delay and get involved while there are still shares remaining. Contact our friendly team on 01482 215990 or email email@example.com.