Get some Oxygen – A new tower for Manchester


Manchester’s skyline is due to gain a new high rise – soaring over Piccadilly train station, the Oxygen development will be a 31 storey residential building, reaching approximately 132 metres above sea level. This impressive new tower is owned by Property Alliance Group and is due to be completed by 2018.

Dylan Williams, Alliance development director, was quoted in the Manchester Evening News as saying, “We believe Oxygen will be a residential game-changer for the city – a new benchmark in urban living. It has been designed with the long-term resident in mind and will deliver very high-quality accommodation supported by high quality amenities.”

And it looks like it will certainly deliver – the current plans include 343 stylish apartments and 8 town houses with floor to ceiling windows – offering unrivaled views across Manchester and the Peak District. The building is being advertised as a ‘vertical village’ as you will have access to everything you could possibly want from a neighbourhood. There will be roof gardens and the south west corner of the building will include an allotment area where you can grow your own fruit and vegetables. There will also be an in-house gym and swimming pool as well as a coffee shop.

This is the ultimate in modern living – everything you could need in easy reach as well as being centrally located next to Piccadilly train station and a short walk to the Northern Quarter.

For more information about this exciting new residential tower, visit the Oxygen website.


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