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City centre apartments with extraordinary facilities

5-star amenity in your own home; Heated swimming pool, cinema room, yoga studio, gym, laundrette, courtyard gardens, coffee shop, solarium and sauna & spa. A short walk to the city centre.

  • Apartments for sale from £247,765
  • Complete and ready to move in
  • Available on Help to Buy – only 5% deposit

Salboy Developments

New homes and apartments in ‘best in class’ property developments in prime Manchester & Salford city-centre locations. Direct from the developer.

  • 2, 3 and 4 bed new build houses
  • 20 Minutes from the city
  • Launching Q4 2020
  • 40-storey tower designed by SimpsonHaugh Architects
  • Spacious one & two-bedroom apartments
  • Fantastic amenity and public spaces
  • Brand new grade II listed apartments
  • 2 minutes to Victoria Train Station
  • Complete and ready to move in
  • Work from home in your own personal study
  • Freehold & 10-year new build warranty
  • Private gardens & parking - Move-in this year
  • Hotel level amenity at home
  • Short walk to Manchester City Centre
  • Available on Help to buy - 5% deposit
  • 2 mins walk to the University of Manchester
  • Great amenities
  • Complete and ready to move in
  • 10 mins walk to the main Manchester centre
  • Fantastic resident amentity
  • Grade II-listed former public house.
  • Popular Northern Quarter location
  • Complete and ready to move in
  • Penthouses available

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Meet the built-to-rent super landlords taking over the Manchester property market

Build-to-rent developments vs mixed schemes in Manchester Greater Manchester is seeing a property boom in the construction and take-up of property developments, especially build-to-rent schemes. Build-to-rent developments involve full apartment blocks being built strictly for the rental market. Not available to owner-occupiers or small private landlords.  Many of the large build-to-rent schemes in Manchester and Salford have been bought by institutional investors and pension funds. These schemes are often too wrapped up in

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