MANCHESTER's Grade A office market is booming, with more big firms choosing to move into new-build space.This is according to property developer Ask which today released a statement based on 2015 office take up across the city centre.Grade A take up amounted to 412,513sq ft last year, more than a third of total take up, with Ask involved in circa 25% of these transactions.
A PLANNING application has been submitted for a 232 residential units on the site of the former Shepherd Gilmour offices and adjacent sites in the Castlefield area of Manchester.The proposal has been tabled by Glenbrook, which completed one of the first PRS schemes in the North West in September 2015, with 240 units at the Keel on the waterfront in Liverpool.
PLANS for a new £70m office scheme in the heart of Manchester have been submitted by Worthington Properties, part of the Lancashire-based Marcus Worthington Group.
The landmark office scheme will occupy a prime office location on Deansgate strategically positioned between the gateway to Spinningfields and Manchester’s civic core.
The first phase of a £75m luxury Salford residential scheme has sold out.
Adelphi Wharf - Knight Knox's 50th development - will be completed over three phases and is based on Adelphi Street on the bank of the River Irwell, within walking distance of Manchester city centre.
A £300m fund designed to unlock stalled residential schemes across Greater Manchester will officially open for business next month.
The Greater Manchester Housing Fund was created as part of the region’s devolution agenda and is a cornerstone of the ambition to create a new wave of high quality homes of all types and tenures.
Property investors are looking North according to HSBC, as the top three cities with the best rental returns are Manchester, Kingston upon Hull and Blackpool.
Manchester had only a small increase in average house prices (up from £104,244 in 2014 to £108,870) but has maintained strong rental demand.
ALLIED London has announced a triple funding deal worth more than £100m for the new tower development at No 1 Spinningfields in Manchester.
The 300,000sq ft scheme been hailed by Allied London as a show of confidence and its vision to complete the final building in the “world class Spinningfields estate”.
OVERSEAS House, on the corner of Deansgate and Quay Street in Manchester, has been acquired by Cushman & Wakefield, acting on behalf of Credit Suisse, for £12.25m.
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