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2nd May 2019
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Ancoats Gardens to boast 155 high-spec apartments

With an expected completion date of Q1 2021, Ancoats Gardens will feature deluxe 1-3 bedroom apartments for professionals seeking a community living experience.

Ancoats is one of those areas that’s developed and prospered at an exceptional rate, bringing new businesses, restaurants and residential developments into an area of Manchester city centre that feels like its own local community. There are many reasons that Ancoats is regarded by The Times as one of the top 20 coolest places to live in the UK — it’s awash with independent eateries, draws in the creatives and young professionals and is relatively quiet compared to its Northern Quarter neighbour.

This is why it makes the ideal home for Beech Holdings’ upcoming Ancoats Gardens development — a unique residential project bringing 155 high-spec 1-3 bedroom apartments to Manchester city centre.

Designed with luxury and convenience in mind, the development will boast its own exclusive gym, private gardens, coffee roastery and shared social space for tenants. As a sustainable developer, Beech Holdings’ has worked hard to combine low-carbon features with the ultra-luxe, whilst considering the design elements that make typical apartments in Ancoats so popular — exposed concrete, high feature ceilings and bespoke furnishings once completed.

Elliot Vure, the Associate Director of Sales for Beech Holdings, spoke of the project:

“Ancoats Gardens will offer something completely different for the ever-growing Ancoats neighbourhood of Manchester. The development has largely been designed with the idea of ‘community’ at the forefront — with a gym, coffee roastery and social lounge, it’ll have everything the modern tenant could need. I’m excited to see the final result!”


Discover more about Ancoats Gardens here.

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