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Northern Quarter

Manchester’s most vibrant neighbourhood
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The Northern Quarter

Manchester’s Northern Quarter is renowned for its independent stores, varying from selling vintage clothing to skateboards, and attract young professionals and students from across the country that come to stay and live in the area. Just a 2-minute walk from Piccadilly Station and Manchester’s retail district, this location efficiently provides transport throughout the city centr with all of the local amenities on the doorstep.

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About the Northern Quarter

High tenant demand
The Northern Quarter is home to over 3,918 residents.
Secure high rental yields
The average rental yields achieved in this area are 6%.
Manchester’s ‘Street Art’ Capital
Many local artists and residents have created murals on the buildings throughout the neighbourhood that give the area its vibrant atmosphere.
Close to Manchester’s universities
Just a 10-minute tram ride from the University of Manchester.
Great potential for capital growth
The average house prices in the Northern Quarter are now £180,000.
Attractive local amenities
Featuring a multitude of independent stores, vintage shops, and local artists.

Our Developments in the Northern Quarter

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25 cross 2

25 Cross Street

Cross Street, City Centre, Manchester M2 1WL
Institutional investor sale of £4,250,000
Completed 2016
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King St external 2

King Street

King Street, City Centre, Manchester, M2 4NH
Institutional investor sale of £3,900,000
Completed 2017
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Little Lever Street

Little Lever Street, Northern Quarter, M1 1AR
Individual investor sales of £1,900,000
Completed 2018

Where our developments are

One of the coolest neighbourhoods in the world
Manchester’s most vibrant neighbourhood
Connecting the University of Manchester with Chinatown
Home to the BBC, ITV, and Kellogg's
Undergoing a £50 million pound redevelopment
The UK’s number one investment location