Ancoats

The Ice Plant

The Ice Plant

The Ice Plant development is a stunning conversion on Blossom Street in Ancoats Urban Village and forms part of the Ancoats regeneration plan along with the new Cutting Room Square and St Peter’s Church. Originally built for the storage of meat and fish, the building was later used as an Ice making factory and provided ice for the local Smithfield market and ice cream market in the Italian neighbourhood. It was tastefully redeveloped by The Northern Group in 2012 and now consists of 82 luxury apartments which are accessed via an impressive tree-lined internal avenue. It combines the restored façade and original features of Ancoats’ historic warehouse with three new-build sections and an eight storey tower built around a central glass atrium. It’s close proximity to the trendy Northern Quarter means it has become a very popular choice with the Manchester residents.

Flint-Glass-Wharf

Flint Glass Wharf

This modern canal side development was designed by award winning architects Stephenson Bell and sits on Radium Street at the eastern fringe of Ancoats amongst the areas converted warehouses. Developed by The Norther Group, the building comprises 136 contemporary apartments each with exceptional specification and spacious accommodation.

BS41

BS41

Located on Loom Street and the corner of Bengal Street amongst the renovated warehouses and cobbled streets in the historical industrial Ancoats, is this modernist development which stands out from the more traditional buildings in the area with its white cladding and cube shape design. It was one of the first less traditional buildings to be seen in the area along with Ingenta and NQ4 showcasing stylish apartments with floor to ceiling windows, integrated balconies and quality finishing. With extremely competitive prices and an enviable location close to the Northern Quarter, BS41 has made its mark on Ancoats Urban village and with young professionals looking for an exciting lifestyle in the city.