Broadway place is built for the investor who wants to capitalize on the Media City professional tenant or the Salford University mature student, with an enviable location for both.
Minutes from transport, linking the property to the cities amenities, while being walking distance into Slaford Quays, BBC Headquarters or Salford University, this established 15 year old developer is creating a development ideal for an investor looking for a long term tenant.
With roof gardens, communal gardens, CCTV and fob entrance, the property fits the needs of the modern professional, in a central location seeing rapid growth.
A balance of price point, rental yield and property growth is giving this an edge for any investor looking at the city, which is reflective in how quickly these properties are being reserved.
Broadway Place is a buy-to-let new build development located towards the North of Salford Quays. Broadway Place comprises of 24 apartments across 3 floors, each featuring fully fitted kitchens and finished with contemporary fixtures and fittings. Residence will also have access to a number of communal areas including a private roof terrace, a courtyard garden and a lower private terrace.
Manchester has been the focus of the UK Government’s plans to turn the North of England into a powerhouse, helping the area to compete with London and the South.
The ‘Northern Powerhouse’ is a proposal to boost economic growth in the North of England by the 2010-15 coalition government and 2015-2017 Conservative government in the United Kingdom, particularly in the “Core Cities” of Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Sheffield, Hull and Newcastle.
Manchester has now attracted a pool of talented entrepreneurs, becoming an appealing hub for technology innovation. Manchester is increasingly being regarded as a city that can offer career prospects, along with manageable living costs, considered by many to offer a higher quality of life than London.
United Kingdom’s second-largest economic hub, Manchester. Recurrently described as the country’s “Northern Powerhouse”, Manchester is a city that is thriving – seen as an affordable and desirable investment alternative to London.
Many foreign investors, who once saw the capital as a safe bet, have been deterred by brexit fears. Coupled with this, the London property market continues to exclude many would-be residents and investors with premium valuations. Eyes are now turning to one of the UK’s hottest spots for property investment, Manchester.