Labrador Quay consists of five three-storey apartment blocks by the Erie Basin. Built in 2003, the development occupies a peaceful spot, thanks to being accessible only via the cul-de-sac that also leads to the neighbouring St Lawrence Quay. These one- and two-bedroom apartments benefit from eye-catching communal gardens, parking and gas central heating. The low-rise blocks have a warm, homely feel and the site benefits from being securely gated.
Despite the secluded location, Labrador Quay is just a short walk from the restaurants and retail outlets of Salford Quays, as well as the Metrolink. Many of the apartments have water views and Juliet balconies, as well as separate kitchens – ideal for those who prefer to have individual rooms rather than one multi-purpose living space.
Salford Quays has benefited from extensive regeneration over the past twenty years. Now a thriving business district, residential area and culture zone (being home to MediaCityUK, Imperial War Museum North and the Lowry arts complex), it’s a great alternative to living in Manchester city centre. The growing number of shops, bars and restaurants means that it is favoured by young professionals, mature students and families. The Quays are particularly popular with commuters due to the high number of developments with parking spaces, the proximity to the motorway and excellent public transport links, including several Metrolink stations.