Approximately 1 hr from London via HS2 High-Speed Train arriving in 2030.
23-minute drive to Manchester Airport- the third busiest airport in the UK
8-minute drive to Manchester Piccadilly Station
4-minute drive to Northern Quarter
The Eco Gardens marks a new era for property in Manchester. Using sustainable, low-carbon technologies, The Eco Gardens will be one of Manchester’s most energy-efficient developments. Located in the trendy Ancoats neighbourhood, the property is set to be in high demand for young professionals desiring spacious, modern homes. This development benefits from the Ancoats area’s significant regeneration, in addition to the upcoming HS2 High-Speed Rail. Located in close proximity to many of central Manchester’s attractions, units are available from £239,950.
Embodying the vivacious nature of central Manchester, The Eco Gardens is complete with state-of-the-art finishes, including underfloor heating and audio intercom. Featuring luxurious one, two, and three-bedroom apartments, the development boasts a gymnasium, private gardens, coffee roastery, and shared social space for tenants. Delivering stunning views of Manchester and a creative neighbourhood, The Eco Gardens is set to be a hotspot property for the city.
WHY PURCHASE RESIDENTIAL PROPERTY IN MANCHESTER?
The transformation occurring in Manchester since 1996 including HS2 High-Speed Train Line and NOMA has led to ever-increasing capital growth, effectively allowing the city to boast an average rental yield of almost 6%. Revealed as the fastest growing city in Europe by Deloitte’s Crane Survey 2018, Manchester is the UK’s capital of the North, nicknamed Britain’s second city. Rivaling London in terms of capital growth at more favourable prices, Manchester is attracting companies such as BBC & ITV to relocate for their 40% lower operating costs, equating to Manchester’s £63 billion economy.
Offering excellent capital growth and a rapidly increasing demand for city centre property, The Eco Gardens is an excellent opportunity to take advantage of Manchester’s position on the centre stage of the economy.