Originally built in the 1870’s for Baerlien & Co, a manufacturing and shipping company, the Textile Apartments (Textile Institute) are a beautiful Grade II listed buildings that have strong Victorian architecture with Flemish and Tudor features. Situated on the corner of Blackfriars Street and Booth Street down a quiet cul-de-sac only moments away from Manchester Deansgate shopping district.
Following extensive conservation work and a change of use the Textile Apartments were finally completed in 2002, a former manufacturing warehouse transformed into modern city centre flats.
The block contains 6 floors and holds 29 converted one, two and three bedroom residential dwellings with duplexes and penthouses, each apartment has all the period features including large detailed windows, high ceilings, exposed woodwork, metalwork and brickwork.
Situated on Blackfriars Street you are literally minutes away from Manchester’s shops, bars and restaurants