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Union Square, Union Street, Northern Quarter

A stunning development located in the Northern Quarter district of Central Manchester. Comprised of 37 urban luxury apartments and a blend of 1-Bedroom and 2-Bedroom apartments, duplexes & townhouses. This is one of the last remaining new-build land spots in the Northern Quarter, which has consistently attracted creative, successful working professionals for the past decade.

Demanding some of the highest rents and prices in the City, this area is set to continue growing in demand for years to come due to the social atmosphere and fantastic transport links. This development has been built with the style and individuality of the area in mind. High-end character furniture, abstract features and calm colours are elements, whilst retaining Manchester’s industrial heritage at heart.

This exciting opportunity to a acquire a unit in Manchester’s creative district with many independent shops, restaurants and art galleries.

Floorplans are available on request.
Please use the register interest button above.

Located in the Heart of the Northern Quarter  High Specification  Free Legals & Furniture Pack  Minutes to Piccadilly

PRICES

From £201,937

TOTAL AREA

550 – 1019 sqft

BEDROOMS

1 & 2 Bedroom Apartments

COMPLETION

Q1 2020

TENURE

250 years

GROUND RENT

TBC

SERVICE CHARGE

£2 per sqft

PAYMENT PLAN

Reservation Fee £3,000
25% on exchange, 75% on completion

Or
50% on exchange 50% on completion with 4% Interest on deposited funds
Free furniture pack
Free legal fees

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*All figures are based on forecasts provided by the developer, are indicative only and are subject to change. Any financial information provided in this document is intended as a guide and does not constitute a contract.

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