Located in the heart of ‘Corridor Manchester’ – an innovation district south of Manchester City Centre – the UK’s most dynamic city. Burlington Square is a new, high quality residential development delivered by the successful joint venture partnership between Salboy and Factory Estates, one of Manchester’s most active developers.
The development comprises of 273 apartments over 9 storeys with ground floor communal facilities, commercial units and rooftop communal areas.
Just 2-5 minutes walk from the University of Manchester faculty buildings, The Royal Northern College of Music, The Manchester Business School and Manchester Metropolitan University, the development is ideally located
in the city’s ‘learning quarter’. It is centrally placed with 10-15 minutes walk to the City Centre of Manchester, including its large China Town and 10-15 minutes walk to the lively student population areas in Rusholme, Fallowfield and Withington in the opposite direction.
Corridor Manchester is a strategic vision for the region due for completion by 2025. It includes the creation of a smart, original knowledge-based place to live and work, which aims to be in the top 5 innovation districts in Europe.
The main Manchester Teaching Hospitals are within 5-10 minutes walk, as well as the Royal Manchester Eye Hospital and Manchester Royal Infirmary. To cater for the neighbouring students, the area also has a multitude of sporting facilities including gyms, tennis courts, squash courts, indoor and outdoor football pitches and the Manchester Aquatics Centre, which hosted the swimming events at the 2002 Commonwealth Games. All the facilities are within a 5-10 minute walk.
The development is adjacent to the Oxford Road Corridor, which has vehicular transport links straight into Manchester City Centre or to its wealthy suburbs in the opposite direction. The development is also a 10-minute walk to Oxford Road Train Station, which connects to Piccadilly Station within 5 minute journey time. Alternatively, Piccadilly Station is within a 20-25 minute walk.