A superb Manchester investment from a proven Manchester developer, behind Axis tower (Deansgate Locks) as well as a variety of luxury developments in the city.
A great balance of luxury city center, waterside, with price points accessible for city center investors.
Sat on the banks of the River Irwell Uptowns premium River Side apartments deliver convenience of a city centre location with the beauty of a river side aspect. The development comprises of 156 one and two bedroom apartments, with opulent interiors and large communal and private rooftop terraces.
The waterside development creates some exclusivity and uniqueness to a development in a city which has significant competition.
This development has passed Baron & Cabots 112 Point Due diligence checklist.
“Uptown’s suave, geometric architectural design marries together both contemporary and industrial styles. The development comprises of three buildings that rise to different heights creating a high impact, staggered impression on the landscape. Ascending communal and private rooftop terraces mirror the form of a green river bank gradually sloping away from Manchester’s River Irwell”.
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.