The next phase of the redevelopment of the iconic estate will see existing flats converted into 356 student bedrooms for occupation in the 2020/21 academic year.
Sheffield’s Brutalist estate is the largest listed structure in Europe and a landmark on the Sheffield skyline.
David Campbell, Managing Director of Alumno, said: “This is a one-off and a blueprint project, and students interested in architecture and design are particularly excited about the prospect of living in a world-renowned architectural icon.”
The proposals for the block to the north of Talbot Street also include the potential for ground-floor shops or gym.
This space will be managed by Urban Splash and forms part of the Park Hill masterplan vision.
Phase 1 – which was shortlisted for the RIBA Stirling Prize in 2013 – is complete and includes 260 homes and 10 contemporary workspaces.
Work has also started on Phase 2 which will see Urban Splash and its joint venture partner Places for People create 200 residential properties and more commercial space.
Phase 4: Park Hill Arts Space, was recently submitted for planning.