The Three Towers are three regenerated 1960’s tower blocks on the edge of the city centre. They stand tall in the green and pleasant Irk Valley and are only a 15 minute walk to the city centre or a 2 minute walk to bus routes into the city. The apartments are a mix of one and two bedroom apartments all include a parking space. The majority have floor-to-ceiling windows offering views towards the city centre or over the green and leafy Irk Valley.
Designed by Union North Architects, the names for the Three Towers were decided in a public competition and the winning names were Emmeline, Christabel & Sylvia – naming the towers after the Pankhurst sisters and their mother. The sisters grew up in Manchester and paved the way in the women’s suffrage movement.