- • Manchester City Centre
- • Modern Low Carbon Technology
- • High Quality Contemporary Finishing
- • Experienced Management Company
- • Gym, Roof Garden and Landscaped Japanese Garden
- • 2 Metrolink Stops from Deansgate
For Investment Purposes Only – No Help to Buy Scheme Available
This new residential apartment block is in Manchester’s most exciting up and coming growth area, which is expected to see significant price growth – as prices in surrounding areas have risen significantly. Located in Old Trafford, the location is highly accessible for professionals working in Manchester City Centre. Only a 3 minute walk to Trafford Bar tram stop and 2 stops on the Metrolink from Deansgate.
The building is being redeveloped into luxury residential units with market leading communal facilities for tenants, including: A gym, roof garden, landscaped Japanese garden, communal lounge and coffee bar to name a few.
Additionally, the development will use modern low carbon technology, meaning that the building will be one of the city’s most energy efficient, with a benefit to investors of an enhanced rental yield and futureproof investment.
• Prices from £102,500
• 7.5% Net Rental Return
• Manchester City Centre
• 317 High Quality Residential Units
• Metrolink – 3 Min Walk
Why Invest inManchester?
At the centre of the Northern Powerhouse, Manchester is a thriving cosmopolitan city, built upon an industrious legacy. A city that was home to the word’s first computer and the world’s first public library, Manchester has forever been destined for big things.
The city’s rise to being a world leading modern economy has seen Oxford University economists predict that employment growth in the city over the next five years will exceed many international capitals including Paris, Berlin and Tokyo.
Significant investment is being made across Greater Manchester into all sectors of the economy. Notable infrastructure spending will make Manchester one of Europe’s best integrated cities with seamless transport solutions for its citizens. Plans for a £40.6bn high speed rail link with travel time to London of only 1h8m will begin construction in the next two years.