You too could be the proud owner of one of these luxury 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in the famous Grade-II listed building that was once home to Foo Foo’s Palace!
Manchester’s Northern Quarter is well known as the city’s most trendy district. Popular with young professionals, the streets are lined with bohemian cafés, boutique shops and quirky bars. It is an area that is all about independent trading: here, you won’t find any of your typical high-street shops – the Northern Quarter caters for a more discerning customer, when it comes to both visitors and residents.
In recent years, this part of town has become increasingly popular as a place to live, with a large number of former warehouses and offices having been converted into apartments. With demand outstripping supply, Finlay’s Warehouse is sure to be popular with owner occupiers, investors, tenants alike.
Among its many benefits, the Northern Quarter lies adjacent to the Piccadilly area, making it super convenient for access to the railway network and the motorway network, which lies just beyond. Whether you’re looking for a home or an investment, the superb location makes Finlay’s Warehouse a great choice!
Many investors think that all the buzz in the UK is about London. And it is true that London has excellent investment potential, with fast-rising prices and great rental yields. But did you know that, percentage-wise, rental yields in Manchester are just as competitive? This means that you can achieve around an 8% return on your investment each year with a far more manageable initial cost!
For an apartment in a listed building next to a key railway station in central London, you might be looking at a figure of millions of pounds. At Finlay’s Warehouse in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, you can have all this for a mere fraction of the price. You can get an idea of property prices in Manchester by browsing our sales pages.
With only 27 apartments on offer, we recommend that if you have not already register your interest please get in touch
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