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Broadcasting Tower
Leeds
Exclusive to students at Leeds Beckett University, which is next door, Broadcasting Tower has won awards for its iconic, rust-red design. Here there's a fun atmosphere, popular with first years.
Woodhouse Lane, LS2 9PD
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Named Best Tall Building in the World in 2010, Broadcasting Tower is a Leeds icon. Home to 240 Leeds Beckett University students, this stunning rusty-red giant is just 5 minutes from city campus.

Inspired by both Yorkshire’s natural rock formations and the work of local sculptors Henry Moore and Barbara Hepworth, the weathered steel facades and dramatic angles of Broadcasting Tower make it a truly one-of-a-kind student home.

Exclusively for Leeds Beckett students, all rooms at Broadcasting Tower have a private bathroom. Choose an en-suite if you’d like to share your kitchen and lounge with flatmates, or a studio if you’d prefer to have your own. On the ground floor, you’ll find a small common room with free pool table, tea and coffee, sofas, TV, and study desks.

Studying at city campus? You can walk there in 5 minutes. But if you’re in the School of Art, Architecture and Design, that’s literally beneath your home. Headingley campus is a 15 minute bus journey away, and you can walk to Leeds city centre is just 10 minutes.