Piccadilly

Quantum

Quantum

Built in 2011, Quantum is a popular waterside development comprising 114 generous sized apartments with; luxury fittings, balconies, terraces and en suites. With its three block entrances on Chapletown Street, its central location is ideal for people looking to enjoy city living and is close to both Piccadilly train station and the more recent addition – New Islington tram stop.

The Hub Apartments

The Hub Apartments

The Hub is a recent addition to the city’s skyline and is situated close to Piccadilly train station which can be accessed via the Manchester Curve pedestrian bridge. Spread over ten floors the building sits on the corner of Aytoun Street and Whitworth Street. The apartments are designed to a high standard boasting SMEG appliances and floor to ceiling windows. The development is within easy reach of China town and other popular sites in a vibrant part of the city with a wide variety of cafes and restaurants on its doorstep.

Jutland House

Jutland House

Forming part of Paradise Wharf along with Junction Works and Whittles Croft, Jutland House is located alongside Piccadilly Basin in a highly popular and quiet residential area of the city. The development is well maintained and its excellent location allows its residents to explore and enjoy the city at its fullest with the Northern Quarter only a short stroll away and Piccadilly train station providing easy access in and out of the city.

Vantage Quay

Vantage Quay

Vantage Quay is a highly regarded residential development positioned around a lovingly restored canal basin alongside Jacksons Warehouse on the fringes of the Northern Quarter. The modern development is located on Brewer Street and was designed by Conran and Partners. It comprises 118 high spec apartments, a great many of which include private balconies, and is spread over seven floors in an ideal location close to Piccadilly train station and Piccadilly Gardens.

Piccadilly Lofts

Piccadilly Lofts

This wonderful Grade 2 listed former textile warehouse on Dale Street was converted into apartments in 2001 and occupies a prime position in the city close to Piccadilly train station. With spacious and modern interiors, the apartments are hugely popular because of the period characteristics and contemporary style and the location is ideal for city dwellers.

Stonebridge House

Stonebridge House

Stonebridge House is a fine example of a redundant city centre commercial buildings being re-generated into a wonderful residential development with some impressive apartments. The majority of apartments benefit from a private balcony and are all finished to an extremely high standard. There is also an underground car park beneath the secure and well maintained development which is located on Cobourg Street just seconds from Piccadilly train station and University.