11 Feb Circle Square development set for the ex-BBC site
Work is underway on the old BBC headquarters site on Oxford Road. After years of being used as a temporary car park, this empty site has been buzzing with activity over the last few months. Bruntwood and Select Property Group are transforming this space located on what is known as the Manchester Corridor into an exciting new development that promises to bring great opportunities to the southern end of the city.
The development, known as Circle Square, is being designed to offer flexible and inspiring spaces that encourage ‘curiosity and opportunity to enable the extraordinary.’ The four hectares of land will be transformed into a mix use area including commercial, residential and retail developments.
They are also promising it to be a green space and will be planting 187 new trees in new open park space. This will be a welcome addition to Manchester, bringing more green areas to the city.
The development’s proximity to the city centre and the universities offers exciting opportunities for people looking to invest in property. It will be a highly sought after area for both residential and commercial properties. It will be exciting to watch the development over the coming months – you can learn more about the plans on the Circle Square website.
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