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2 Bedroom apartments
Get closer to living around the biggest green space in Manchester’s city centre. Get closer to a 350 acre regeneration project and nd out more about the local character and entrepreneurial spirit of this hard to put down side of the city.
These glass fronted siblings stand shoulder to shoulder on the edge of the park.
1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments and penthouses – 547-1071 sq ft
24 hour concierge
Beautifully designed boutique lobby and private dining
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NOMA park apartments, is a project on the edge of the Northern Quarter in Manchester in the well known and large-scale NOMA regeneration zone. It is just a one km walk to Piccadilly Gardens in the centre of the city, yet nestled on the edge of hugely desirable green space
At least 5,000 jobs a year will be created in Manchester, as it attracts ‘significant investment’ over the next decade and cements its position at the centre of the Northern Powerhouse, according to a new report released today.
Manchester 2025 has been compiled by global investment firm BNY Mellon to mark its 10th anniversary in the city and forecasts how it will look in a decade’s time
The report considers areas such as the economy, property development, infrastructure and culture, with contributors including Manchester council chief executive Sir Howard Bernstein, UKFast founder Lawrence Jones, Mike Ingall, of Spinningfields developer Allied London and Tim Newns, chief executive of MIDAS, Manchester’s inward investment agency.
Key findings include that between now and 2025, up to 55,000 new jobs – or more than 5,000 a year – are set to be created in the city centre alone. It adds the number of people who live within an hour of Manchester is set to more than double from seven million today to 15 million in 2025 due to improved road and rail links.
The city’s population is expected to grow by 125,000 – driven by a buoyant economy, increased urbanisation and the success of the city region’s universities – meaning at least an extra 9,000 new homes a year are needed to satisfy demand and Manchester city region will be the subject of huge investment over the next decade, including Manchester Airport’s £1bn transformation project, Allied London’s £1bn St John’s and Trinity Islands developments and the £110m Factory Manchester arts complex.
The Manchester 2025 report underlines the city’s credentials as the UK’s leading regional city and a vital hub in plans to rebalance the economy. It has already been estimated that with Manchester at the centre of the Northern Powerhouse, an extra £19.4bn of economic output (measured by gross value added) could be created by 2030.
Updated on October 30, 2018 at 3:07 pm