Another level of city centre living to Manchester
Victoria House, Piccadilly Central, Manchester
- High-speed rail (HS2) a short stroll out your front door.
- 1, 2 & 3 bedroom apartments
- Residence lounge, gymnasium, rooftop terrace & co-working spaces
- 5 minute walk from Piccadilly Station
- Estimated completion Q2 2024
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Development Summary - Click to Expand
Victoria House is a vibrant new development in the heart of Manchester. Designed by the renowned Simpson Haugh Architects it will elegantly rise above the Piccadilly Central neighbourhood as a proud addition to Manchester’s skyline.
Victoria House will feature 177 apartments across 25 storeys.
Residents of these high-quality one, two and three bedroom apartments will benefit from equally luxurious on-site amenities and lifestyle services. This fully-realised home space will trans-form modern city living and expand the possibilities of what it means to be a city-dweller.
Area Fundamentals - Click to expand
Investment - This will change the fundamental, and allow your capital to grow.
Manchester has massive rail & airport investment from both foreign and Government funding.
The Government has announced that a total of 40 major infrastructure projects are due to start in the north west. These form part of more than 200 rail, road, local transport, airport infrastructure, flood defence, broadband and waste management projects that are due to begin across Great Britain in 2014/2015.
The £600 million ‘Northern Hub’ rail project has begun, and includes new platforms upgraded stations, electrification and additional track across the North. This will increase the capability of the network between Manchester and other major towns and cities, providing space for 700 extra trains every day and 44 million more passengers a year.
But the investment doesn’t end there. HS2 is a £40.6 billion high speed railway development which will connect London and the Midlands to Manchester. When finished, the standard journey time to London will be 1h 8m & 41m to Birmingham.
Manchester Airport is the 3rd busiest in the UK offering flights to 200 destinations for 22 million passengers each year. In 2013 Beijing Construction Engineering Group announced £800 million of investment for the expansion of the airport to create on-site logistics, manufacturing, office and leisure facilities. The project will create the first UK ‘airport city’ and is one of the largest single investments in Britain from China to date.
Economy & Employment - Jobs and the general economy will give you the confidence needed.
Manchester's Media City UK is a £3.5 billion hub for creative industries.
The 10 local authorities of Greater Manchester comprise the largest functional economic area outside of London. This area has a population of 2.7 million and a massive Gross Value Added of £54 billion.
The area also has more multimillionaires than anywhere in Britain outside London with the city itself home to over 170 superrich people. These impressive figures mean Manchester has one of the UK’s largest economies and it continues to expand.
From 2002-12 the region’s economy grew at 2.2% above the national growth rate, whilst the population increased by 7% in a similar period.
Media City UK is the largest purpose-built media location in Europe. It’s home to an impressive list of broadcasters including BBC departments, ITV studios, and over 50 creative and digital companies as well as a Coronation Street set.
Industry strengths also include the growth areas of biotechnology, advanced manufacturing, tourism, business and financial services & environmental technologies.
And then there’s the global sports brands; Umbro & Reebok, were founded nearby and its two major football clubs (Manchester United and Manchester City) have a combined revenue of 760m euros a year.
Transport - The best transport links are always the most desirable characteristics.
By Air: An Airport to match the status of a Global city. Manchester Airport is set for a 1 billion redevelopment which will transform the site over the next decade, reflecting the ambitions of the city. The redevelopement will boost capacity from the current level of 23 million travellers a year to 30 million.
By Rail: 6 minute walk to Deansgate station for access to the rail and city tram networks. 5 minutes to Manchester Piccadilly by rail form Deansgate station
By Road: No less than four major motorways pass through the city. These are the M62 from Liverpool to Leeds, the M602 from Salford to Manchester, the M61 from Bolton and the M60 Manchester Orbital, providing ample connections to the UK’s road network. A minute drive to access Manchesters motorway links.
By Bus: There is also a comprehensive and efficient bus route network, and a free city centre Metro shuttle service.
Education - Families are drawn to the areas with the best education facilities.
Schools: 30 primary, 8 secondary, 33 independent.
Notable institutions include: • Withington Girls School (exclusively for girls aged 7 to 18) - one of the best schools in th country. • Manchester High School for girls (exclusively for girls aged 4 to 18) - an excellent school in the area • St. Bede’s College (for boys and girls aged 3 to 18 years)
Higher Education: There are in the region of fifty Higher Education options. From 9 universities and many varied colleges including law, music and language schools. The University of Manchester recently entered the top 50 in The Times’ Top 100 Universities in the world. This ranking makes it a number one destination for students.
How a large student population benefits your investment
As many lower-end properties are rented by students there is a huge demand in the market for higherquality residences required by commuters and professionals. This makes Manchester the perfect place to purchase a new build buy-to-let investment that will attract a reliable professional tenant.
Shopping & Leisure - Readily available leisure facilities are so important to the fundamentals.
Shopping & Dining: Shoppers are amply catered for by the Arndale Centre, it is described as ‘High Street Heaven’. Built in the 1970s it was modernised from the late 90s and covers around 140,000 m2, with over 200 shops and department stores, it also attracts 41 million visitors annually.
The Trafford Centre, which opened in 1998, is five miles west of the city centre and has since expanded to 207,000 m2, it houses 280 stores and attracts 35 million visitors per annum.
Leisure: With over thirty sports and leisure centres, there is something for every sports enthusiast. For the less energetic there are castles, museums, galleries and plenty of historical houses and gardens.
It would also be remiss not to mention Manchester United and Manchester City two of the most famous clubs in the world.
Brett often jokes that you can tell where international investors invest... it is wherever theres a world renowned football club.
You will find Transition at the southern end of Deansgate, a mile long main artery which runs through central Manchester and is home to an eclectic range of bars and restaurants surrounded by designer department stores and popular shopping streets. Deansgate has a great atmosphere and buzz which makes for some of the best nightlife in Manchester.
Among the attractions are renowned music venues The Manchester Opera House and Albert Hall which regularly host top musical and theatrical performances.
Nearer to home, the First Street complex offers five cinemas, two theatres and a gallery, plus bars and restaurants. Hulme Parkl, the city centre's largest park is easily accessed.
Chairman's Thoughts - Click to expand
Manchester is now an established world city and is only getting better and better. Without a doubt it's the best fundamentals outside of London.
There is still so much to offer and with HS2 rail link on its way this development will only get more demand.
Manchester is one of those places that despite what might happen to the market in the short term over the long term you will be richly rewarded with the sheer fundamentals.
We've been working with the developer on many of their sites. They are no doubt a premier developer backed by a UK billionaire. Chat to the team and you will never look back.
Chairman, Founder & Head of Sourcing
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