The Local Blackfriars development is a gated community comprising 380 apartments, townhouses and penthouses across two striking towers. Architecturally blended into a Grade II-listed former public house these are– the Blackfriars; re-purposed as a gateway entrance this has been.
Due to the key location of the development and unrivalled amenities from Manchester's number one developer; expected to stay in situ for 43% longer than any comparable schemes are tenants.
A substantial communal garden space is complemented by second-to-none amenities that include; a 24/7 concierge service, bistro, bar, gymnasium, yoga and dance studio. As well as a cinema room and fully equipped laundry service in the Local Blackfriars development.
Amenities and aesthetics are, of course, important, but it’s the day-to-day living experience that truly makes any development – and Local Blackfriars’ is exemplary. Local Blackfriars’ public piazza leads to a private internal garden, south-facing and flooded with sunlight. Alongside the terraces, BBQ areas and WiFi-enabled breakout spaces, this contemplative garden is designed to foster a strong sense of community. The contemporary bistro café – open to both residents and public during normal business hours – further adds to the vibrant communal feel of the space. Local Blackfriars is far more than a place to lay your head at night – it’s a self- contained neighbourhood in its own right.
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