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    Ancoats, Manchester

    Ancoats and New Islington is one of Manchester’s most appealing places to live. The area is a blend of cutting-edge design, contemporary architecture and ongoing regeneration, whilst incorporating and revamping it’s industrial heritage.

    Ancoats benefits from nearby bus routes, and the ‘Metrolink’ tram stop; connecting you to the entire city and it’s suburbs. Ancoats is located within walking distance to Manchester City Centre, as well as Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria train stations.

    Ancoats also neighbours the Northern Quarter, an area that hosts an array of eclectic bars, fine restaurants, clothing and coffee shops. Living in Ancoats, you can feel the rush of the city centre but come home to an oasis of calm; with new marinas, revamped canals and squares, all creating a renewed sense of place.

    Local amenities include the retail outlet ‘Urban Exchange Great Ancoats’, providing gym facilities and grocery stores. Stylish apartments stand shoulder to shoulder with Manchester’s most architecturally important buildings. Once the heartland of the industrial revolution, Ancoats has seen a swathe of cotton-mill conversions, and revitalised terraces.

    Scattered throughout the area are mysterious viewing portals called The Ancoats Peeps. They offer fascinating glimpses into the industrial workings of Ancoats, from underground tunnels to century’s old machinery, they re-connect an enterprising history with an exciting future.

    The New Islington and Ancoats area is seeing Manchester’s single biggest residential investment for a generation; with the owners of Etihad and Manchester City Council working together to provide thousands of quality homes. Building upon successful and ongoing projects from property developers ‘urbansplash’.

    With a rich history and exciting future, Ancoats / New Islington is making it’s mark on Manchester.

    If you’d like further information or you’re interested in moving to Ancoats then please get in touch with us on 0161 834 8486 or alternatively you can visit our Ancoats Office on Pickford Street.

    As the first City Centre Agents in Manchester, Julie Twist Properties can offer you a personal insight into the city and help you to discover the best area for you as an individual

    Featured Developments

    'Swan House, Swan Street

    Swan House, Swan Street

    Swan House is a high-quality privately-rented development which form part of the New Cross area of the city centre. There are 373 apartments made up of 1, 2 & 3 bedrooms homes, and 12 serviced apartments over the top of ...Read More

    Tribe, 2 Butler Street

    Tribe apartments are a family of three contemporary residential blocks which were refurbished in 2015 and are located to the east side of Manchester city centre. The ‘Tribe’ domestic refurbishment project concept was to take three existing, empty, dilapidated and ...Read More

    POPworks, 162-164 Oldham Road

    POPworks is located within Ancoats, only a short walk from Piccadilly & Victoria train station, as well as plenty of bars, cafes and restaurants that Ancoats and the Northern Quarter has to offer. The development consists of 28 apartments with ...Read More

    Ingenta, 2 Poland Street

    Ingenta is based on Poland Street in the sought after area of Ancoats. It is 5 storeys, the ground floor has commercial units and the 1st to 4th floor is residential apartments, it has 30 apartments in total. Ancoats has ...Read More

    Broadside, 43 Oldham Road

    Broadside was completed in 2019 and is one of the latest developments within the New Cross area of the city centre. New Cross is positioned between the Northern Quarter, Ancoats, NOMA and Shudehill areas of the city and has recently ...Read More

    Residenza, George Leigh Street

    Residenza is smart development of only fourteen homes, located on the iconic George Leigh Street in ‘Little Italy’ Ancoats. Known as ‘Little Italy’ due to Italian immigrants making it their home in the latter half of the 1800’s. George Leigh ...Read More

    The Astley, 61 Houldsworth Street

    The Astley is located just off Great Ancoats Street and sits perfectly between the Northern Quarter and Ancoats area. There is a range of studio, 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments, all of which are fully-furnished and finished to a ...Read More

    Cotton House, Blossom Street

    Cotton House is located on the edge of Cutting Room Square in the heart of Ancoats. This exciting development is a mix of 23 apartments and townhouses and offers a unique opportunity to own a home which fuses cool industrial ...Read More

    BS41, Loom Street

    BS41 is a purpose built development consisting of 48 apartments with a mix of 1, 2 and 3 bedrooms and completed in 2008. Located in Ancoats, just a few minutes walk away from Cotton Room Square where a number of ...Read More

    1 Jersey Street, Ancoats

    1 Jersey Street located in the heart of Ancoats has 40 apartments which were originally sold on a shared ownership basis giving the residents the option to increase the ownership percentage when they wish to. 1 Jersey Street has retail ...Read More

    Nuovo, 59 Great Ancoats Street

    Nuovo is a modern contemporary development which was completed in 2014. There are 126 apartments across two linked but very different blocks with retail units underneath which is home to the Ancoats General Store and some of Ancoats most-loved restaurants ...Read More

    Murray Mills, 50 Bengal Street

    Murrays’ Mills is a beautiful collection of Grade II and II* listed buildings forming a horseshoe around a landscaped courtyard garden. It’s now been thoughtfully converted into 124 chic and distinctive homes which consist of 1, 2 and 3 bed ...Read More
    'Ancoats Gardens

    Ancoats Gardens

    Ancoats Gardens will be a new development to Manchester that will feature a range of 1, 2 & 3 bedroomed apartments in the sought-after Ancoats neighbourhood. 

    Mason Street, Ancoats

    Mason Street has 13 beautifully presented Victorian mill conversion apartments. The residential development boasts character and industrial features whilst offering a choice of one-bedroom and two-bedroom apartments with well designed living spaces along with basement level duplexes. The distinctive brick ...Read More

    Warehaus, George Leigh Street

    Warehaus Ancoats is another addition to thriving Ancoats area which is the birthplace of the industrial revolution and now regularly rated one of the coolest places to live in the UK. The first truly urban district to be revitalised into ...Read More

    Alumni Buildings, 1 Cotton Street

    Alumni Buildings has a total 20 apartments this includes duplex’s and penthouses from 1 ,2 and 3 bedroom apartments.  The Penthouse apartments benefits from a parking space each. Situated in the Ancoats area of Manchester, Alumni Buildings is just a ...Read More

    Royal Mills, Cotton Street

    Nestled within the heart of Ancoats and on the banks of the Rochdale Canal, Royal Mills is one of the city centre’s largest and most loved conversion developments. Royal Mills is an early 20th-century cotton mill which was built around 1912. ...Read More

    Flintglass Wharf, 35 Radium Street

    Flint Glass Wharf is located at the far eastern edge of Ancoats. It’s surprisingly quiet, even though the Northern Quarter is only a few minutes’ walk away. This development sits between the converted warehouses on Jersey Street and the Rochdale ...Read More

    MM2 Building, Pickford Street

    MM2 is situated on Pickford Street in the heart of Ancoats. Located just off Great Ancoats Street this development offers easy access onto the Mancunian Way and is only a short walk from Piccadilly and Victoria train station and Metrolink ...Read More

    Fairbairn Building

    The Fairbairn Building is a handsome contemporary block situated in the heart of New Islington/Ancoats, the regenerated area on the edge of Northern Quarter. Located only a short walk into the city centre and to Piccadilly, residents are within easy ...Read More

    Hudson Building, 29-37 Great Ancoats Street

    The Hudson Building is a fine example of well-crafted Art Deco architecture. Constructed in 1924, it has huge Crittal-style windows and a beautifully ornate facade. The Hudson Building is located on Great Ancoats Street, within easy reach of the restaurants ...Read More