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Find our more information on the property developers working in the City Centre, with their current and historic developments and contact details.
Abito, Artisan, Beetham Organisation, Bellway Homes, Bryant Homes, BSC Group, City Lofts, City South Developments, Countryside Properties, Crosby Homes, Dandara, David Mclean Homes, FAT Architecture, George Wimpey, Mayfair Developments, Persimmon Homes, Redrow, Space, Stonehurst, Urban Splash, All Property Developers

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Greystoke
Greystoke is a charming selection of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments and 4 bedroom townhouses in Didsbury...

Sarah Tower
Just what Manchester needs, another skyscraper! Sarah Tower originally stretched up to twenty floors...

Lighthouse
There's city living, then there's the Light House-as close to Manchester's retail, ommercial and ent...

Woodward Place
Designed by FAT, built by Urban Splash and it's all for the Manchester Methodist Housing Group - Woo...

Vie
'Vie' is a modern complex of luxury 1 & 2 bedroom waterside apartments, built by Redrow Homes....

Working in Manchester

With so many luxurious and contemporary places to live available in Manchester, it's only fitting that the city is also home to some rather prestigious workplaces. In addition to the MediaCityUK development in Salford Quays, the area near Piccadilly around New York Street and Spring Gardens has had a particularly dramatic facelift. For high flyers, office space is available to rent in iconic buildings such as Portland Tower or the 28-floor City Tower, while traditionalists can find new premises to rent that showcases grandiose Victorian architecture. In Manchester, serviced offices are also widely available. The cost of these offices includes broadband, telephone answering, photocopying and more, as well as use of the building's reception area; creating a professional and contemporary working environment has never been so easy.

Commercial Energy Performance
Commercial EPCs - There are many different factors, such as planning permission, HIPs and so on, for owners, buyers and tenants to take into account when dealing in property, but what about the newly introduced DEC and Commercial Energy Performance Certificate (EPC)? These are markers of a building’s energy efficiency and are required by law. WHLN takes a closer look at the legislation surrounding the certification.
Latest property news
Islington Wharf Launches
A second development in New Islington has been announced and its certainly caught our imagination. Islington Wharf is being built by English Waterways and consists of one, two and three bedroom apartments and four bedroom houses. Many of the apartments and houses have outside spaces, and a large comunal garden has been promised. You would expect a build from English Waterways to be environmentally kind but they have also put a lot of thought into the apartments with high quality fittings that look fantastic in the photos that we've seen. After the flurry of interest in New Islington when the Chips buildings was launched this is a much needed shot in the arm for the area.
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The Beetham Tower: Built in two minutes
If you live or work in Manchester then you'll have seen the stunning Beetham Tower. Now see the entire construction process in 120 seconds!
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Gay Village plans go off the boil
Plans for a 24 storey tower on the site of a car park have not been well received. An all glass building on the corner of Whitworth Street and Princess Street would have been the final large scale development within the Gay Village, but locals and nearby businesses are protesting.

Skyline Central open for business
West Properties Skyline Central is letting tennants in for the first time - the 20 storey development includes a rooftop swimming pool and onsite gym. Properties can be rented for ?595/month (studio apartment) or the well heeled may consider the ?1,900 three bedroom, three bathroom duplex penthouse.
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St Georges Island
Dandaras latest Castlefield development is nearing completion, and they have launched a show home for potential buyers to view. With canals on either side, the first of the three blocks is almost ready and the fantastic gardens jut out into the waterways with fantastic views.
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Living in Manchester

Living in Manchester has never been easier with the city centre being a hive of activity and development for residential property in Manchester. The rental market plays a big part in the Manchester property game with thousands of flats and apartments having been developed over the last decade or so. Popular locations include Castlefield, Salford Quays and the newly developed Islington Mill, but take a walk around Manchester and you'll barely move an inch without seeing a new apartment block or an old warehouse developed into living accommodation. With Manchester property in all kinds of areas – from quiet, tranquil spaces to apartments right in the thick of the action, there's a property for everyone in Manchester.

With an ever expanding city centre it can be hard knowing which area is best for you. Select an area below and we'll tell you more about it and show you the available property developments.
The Manchester property market has seen a huge number of new developments in the last five years which means more choice, but more confusion! Living in the city centre is an altogether more attractive proposition than it was four years ago. Delis, cafes, shops and supermarkets seem to have have sprung up on every corner, with an ever increasing number of restauraunts and bars

Property in Manchester city centre is still an excellent investment, be it for yourself or to provide income through rental, but tenants expect (and demand) an ever higher standard of furnishings and decor, so make sure to spend enough time and money on the interiors. Property owners, and property developers, have seen the 'glory days' of high returns disapear, but with enough research and planning a property in Manchester is a great investment - for both property owners and those that want to let properties.

Our property guide statistics:
Manchester Property Developments: 185
Manchester Property Developers:22
Estate Agents:57

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