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24 high-spec studio and one-bedroom apartments, the red brick heritage building is being redeveloped to accommodate both young professionals and students.
Benefitting from a highly desirable location near Manchester’s ‘Knowledge Corridor’, just a two-minute walk from the University of Manchester and Manchester Metropolitan University. It’s also just a six-minute walk away from Chinatown and 10 minutes to Manchester’s prime shopping district, which sees 42 million visitors every year.
Within a 5-minute walk from Manchester Picadilly, Oxford Road and St Peter’s Square tram stop, the development is well connected to the city’s primary transport links, negating the need for a personal vehicle.
Originally constructed in the mid-late 19th Century, the building is situated within the Whitworth Street Conservation Area, which is recognised for its characteristic Victorian and Edwardian warehouse buildings.
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The building benefits from a prime location in Manchester city centre, close to a number of major development areas. Corridor Manchester (also referred to as the ‘Knowledge Corridor’) is just minutes away from this upcoming development and consists of the University of Manchester Metropolitan University, Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust and Manchester Science Partnerships. The University of Manchester is investing over £1billion in the next decade to transform their facilities, whilst Manchester Metropolitan University is investing over £350 million to enhance its science, engineering and cultural offerings. By 2025, the surrounding development area will deliver over £4million sq. ft. of commercial, retail and leisure space.
As the main destination on this ‘corridor’, Oxford Road is one of Europe’s busiest, most efficient bus routes and has seen significant positive changes over recent years. As well as wider pedestrian paths, new ‘Dutch-style’ cycle lanes were introduced in 2017, reducing the carbon footprint in the area.
This £40.6bn planned high-speed rail link will reduce travel time to London to only 1 hour. Construction is due to start in the next couple of years.
Upgrade works to provide a new “second city crossing” line and direct connection to the Trafford Centre.
£1bn is being spent on creating a new ‘super-terminal’, of which is expected to take six years.
MANCHESTER AIRPORT IS THE LARGEST UK AIRPORT OUTSIDE OF LONDON WITH FLIGHTS TO MORE DESTINATIONS THAN ANY OTHER AIRPORT IN THE UK
Updated on October 30, 2018 at 3:07 pm