These "Apartments in Piccadilly" are confidential and hence the development name has been withheld from the general market.
"Apartments in Piccadilly" is a design-driven boutique development in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter, with 41 apartments that are both spacious and fashionable.
A rooftop patio tops 28 two-bedroom and 13 one-bedroom apartments on an eight-floor building. The living spaces are illuminated by large windows and the apartments are located in a desirable neighbourhood of Manchester that is near a variety of convenient amenities.
Piccadilly Railway Station is six minutes away on foot from the "Apartments in Piccadilly", while the Arndale Centre, which features over 200 appealing stores and restaurants, is fifteen minutes away on foot. Market Street, Exchange Square, and the Royal Exchange are three cultural hotspots that are easily accessible from the Northern Quarter and Ancoats and are sure to pique your curiosity. The Northern Quarter and Ancoats are the city’s most desirable neighbourhoods.
Other cultural hotspots in Manchester include the Manchester Art Gallery, which is located directly in the middle of the city and features a wide variety of art exhibitions. The primary gallery facilities were constructed in 1823 for a literary club and currently, the collection is spread across three connected buildings.
- Central Location - Northern Quarter
- Six Minutes Walk to Piccadilly Station
- Boutique Development of Just 41 Apartments
- 999 Year Lease
- Roof Top Patio
- Individually Designed Apartments
Having experienced an incredible 112% growth between 2010 - 2020, the trend of increasing housing prices in Manchester is anticipated to continue for some time.
JLL reported in 2022 that demand significantly outstrips supply within the city and coupled with one of the fastest growing economies in the UK, between 2023 and 2027, sales prices are tipped to increase by 19.3%.
In addition to this, Manchester is predicted to see a rise of 21.6% in it’s rental values as an increasing number of young professionals flock to the city to both work and reside.