We are pleased to announce the imminent launch of our new stunning waterside development on the banks of the River Irwell flowing through the heart of Manchester.
“The Warehouse” at The Dye Works is a new build, off-plan residential development attracting interest from both owner-occupiers looking to get the best out of Manchester city living as well as buy-to-let landlords looking for solid investment returns from Manchester’s booming rental market.
On the site once stood the Worrall Dye Works, established in 1792 exporting world class dyed velvets across the globe contributing to Manchester’s rich industrial past until its eventual closure in 1964. Today, the development of The Warehouse at The Dye Works is set to reinvigorate the site and once again assist in the growth of Greater Manchester by providing high quality accommodation for the professional workers who are pushing the city onwards into the future.
The high-specification nine storey building comprises 86 stunning waterside apartments complimented with private balconies and a landscaped roof terrace affording impressive city and water views. A blended range of well-appointed one, two and three bedroom apartments together with two bedroom duplexes and stunning two and three bed penthouses are all designed to the highest standard to provide residents with luxury waterside living.
The Dye Works offers a range of on-site amenities, gymnasium and communal lounges that provide adaptable contemporary space, be it for watching movies, gaming or social gatherings.Rooftop gardens allow residents to relax overlooking the river and enjoy their own private outside space away from the bustle of modern city life.
As well as enjoying everything that Manchester has to offer, the enviable riverside location of The Warehouse at The Dye Works gives great access to the historic Castlefield area and proximity to the city centre unlocking the full potential of city living. Also, just a stones throw away, is Salford Quays and MediaCityUK. MediaCityUK is Manchester’s newwaterfront destination, with digital creativity, learning and leisure at its heart, home to the BBC and ITV. Manchester itself is a buy-to-let hotspot with international recognition as huge numbers of young
people flock to the city increasing demand for luxury apartments.
Construction is scheduled to commence later this autumn and due to complete Q4 2019.
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The second phase of our residential development of the former Hyde’s Brewery, Manchester, the Barrel Yard provides a range of city-living options for residents including 17 townhouses of 3-4 bedrooms and 25 apartments of 1-3 bedrooms. All the homes are now sold but with other new Manchester projects in the pipeline, don’t miss out next time ! Contact us or register your details to receive priority notification on our next launches and have first pick of the plots.
In China, it is still popular to name dogs Wàng Cái (旺财). It means “prosperous wealth”. Manchester boasts the largest China Town in the UK outside London and given Manchester’s flourishing relationship with China this bodes well for 2018. Chinese investors alone are now involved in over £3bn of development across the city.
In recent weeks the Manchester’s relationship with China and its twin city Wuhan has been further cemented through educational links. Manchester’s Chinese student population is growing at double the UK average as The University of Manchester places China at the head of its international programme. Earlier this month, Theresa May’s official visit to China included the launch of the Manchester-China Institute, a major centre for China studies, cementing relationships with Manchester University and Peking University Health Science Centre.
Last November, the positive economic impact of the introduction of two new direct flight services from Manchester to Beijing highlighted the benefits for Manchester and the Northern Powerhouse region. UK exports from Manchester Airport have increased 265 per cent to £200m per month and Manchester’s inward investment pipeline has doubled in the last 12 months.
This all has had a knock on effect for the local property market. Online property portals report that Chinese enquiries for Manchester property continues to increase as enthusiasm for the Northern Powerhouse continues to grow. Manchesters’s property market is the third most valuable in the country, according to a new study and in further research of the top 20 cities in the UK, Hometrack found that houses in the city are worth a total of £133bn. According to property advisors JLL, house prices in the North West will increase by 18.1 per cent in the next five years with growth in the region outpacing the rest of the UK.
So all looking good for “prosperous wealth” in the year of the dog for Manchester property investors.
Why not make your New Year’s resolution to look more closely at investing yourself in 2018?
A city with a rich history, Salford is keen to grow on its industrial past and is in the early years of a decades long plan to regenerate and reinvigorate the area.
Looking to cultivate a strong sense of identity detached from the neighbouring city of Manchester, Salford puts a strong emphasis on local arts and culture,innovation,business and leisure which has been coupled with huge government investment.
Home to the famous Lowry Theatre, one of the most visited tourist destinations in the North West, the Imperial War Museum and the Salford Museum & Art Gallery, there is no question that Salford is defining itself as a truly unique and independent city. View video
The £550m pound investment in Salford’s MediaCityUK has created a unique waterfront destination for leisure, innovation and digital media and now home to the BBC and ITV among others.
The largest purpose-built telecommunications and media hub in Europe, MediaCityUK is on the rise as big businesses look to relocate and premium establishments aim to be represented in the area.
To cope with the growing numbers of people wishing to work and live in Salford there are significant plans in place to develop the local infrastructure and encourage economic growth.
Consequently, house prices and rental yields are on the rise, making Salford one of the UK’s premier destinations for property investors.
So it should come as no surprise that we have targeted this area for our next three residential developments coming soon. Don’t forget to register your interest today to be placed on our priority mailing list to receive full launch details !
Widely recognised as one of the most dynamic and exciting cities in Europe, Manchester has undergone significant urban regeneration programmes in recent years. This has led to a thriving local economy and bouyant rental market. Manchester has now arrived on the international real estate arena as a buy-to-let property hotspot as huge numbers of young people flock to the city and increase demand for luxury city centre apartments.
There are almost 100,000 students in Manchester and the city has fast become one of Britain’s most popular destinations. According to HESA around 50% of graduates remain in the city for work and benefit from an affordable cost of living compared to London. Ranked 51st in the 2017 Economist Intelligence Unit’s “World’s Most Liveable Cities” Manchester scores higher than London, Lisbon, Prague and Moscow. This population growth underpins property prices and rental demand putting Manchester firmly on the radar for real estate investors and buy-to-let landlords.
As the UK’s third busiest airport, 22 million passengers pass through Manchester Airport every year. With direct flights to over 200 destinations worldwide, it’s the largest airport outside London and with an investment of £800m, it’s due to get bigger and better. Manchester also has great rail connections, with three major train stations in the city centre and London just two hours away. The new High Speed Railway, HS2, will ensure improved connections to the capital and drastically reduce the journey time.
Visitors travel from all over the world come to shop in Manchester and it’s easy to see why. It offers a countless selection of recognisable international brands, combined with the best of British. The Northern Quarter boasts a bohemian vibe during the day, it transforms at night with people in search of good food, craft beer and live music. Spinningfields is host to the city’s financial centre with great places to eat, drink and shop. Capturing over 42 million annual visitors due to an ideal location at the core of Manchester’s city centre, Manchester Arndale has the highest footfall of any city centre shopping centre. New Cathedral Street is packed with style and you can find stores like Selfridges & Co, Harvey Nichols and Burberry.
Manchester in Numbers
140,000 work in the Manchester city centre
55,000 new jobs to be created in the city by 2025
£300m invested into Greater Manchester Housing Fund for city regeneration
£1.5b being invested to expand Greater Manchester’s metro network
Tourism economy worth £7.5b annually
1.15m international visitors every year.
With solid economic fundamentals in place, Manchester is attracting an ever increasing and diverse array of domestic and international property buyers looking for a fully managed investment solution in a buy- to-let property hotspot. It may be time you looked a little more closely into the real estate investment opportunities yourself…..
We are really excited to announce the submission of our planning application for our £45m landmark residential development tower at Clippers Quay at the southern edge of Salford Quays.
The luxury tower will include 216 homes spread over 34 storeys split between 54 one-bed, 152 two-bed, and 10 three-bed apartments together with a host of facilities including a residents’ gym, roof terrace and car parking.
Clippers Quay is located at the southern end of Salford Quays, close to Media City, the Lowry Theatre and Old Trafford Football Stadium. Subject to planning approval, this high quality residential scheme will take around two years to build and result in an outstanding landmark contributing to the continued urban regeneration of Manchester.