A mix of apartment types with a range of layouts and aspects ensures appeal to a wide range of potential residents; designed for residents to share with equal bedrooms and bathrooms. As well as floor to ceiling windows to maximise natural light. No.1 Trafford Wharf is a modern development. Furthermore, it retains its residential appeal with a stunning riverside setting and spacious, green communal area.
All apartments have floor to ceiling windows maximising natural light. Furthermore, external metal doors with powder coated bronze metallic finish and external bollards with integrated lighting and wall mounted fixtures is ideal for modern living. Bathrooms will have quality ceramic tiles and quality tiled floors while bedrooms will have strip wood effect flooring.
Cole Waterhouse with a well-established track record of originating deals, securing finance, achieving complex planning consents and managing projects to completion. Committed to delivering cost-efficient projects while using quality design that enhances the surrounding environment and community.
Furthermore, the development is ideally situated with close connections to Manchester’s key leisure and employment hubs; No.1 Old Trafford will be next to the upcoming Wharfside tram stop. Therefore providing fast and reliable access to the city and all of Manchester’s major shopping, lifestyle and entertainment districts.
This development is a prime investment opportunity for a few reasons:
The £350m Metro upgrade is due for completion in 2020 and the line has been extended so that there is a stop just outside the development. This will have a huge impact on connectivity and offers sustainable transport links to some of Greater Manchester’s busiest visitor destinations and largest employers.
Expected to create 5,000 jobs and bring 3,000 new homes, local amenities, over 100,000 sqft of commercial space and a new primary school to Trafford.
The shopping centre attracts more than 35 million visitors annually and has more than 8,000 people working there on a daily basis
Europe’s second-largest cluster of creative/ media businesses
Home to the £28.5 million Cancer Research Centre – one of the UK’s most innovative medical research facilities
A world renowned education sector, with a 105,000 student population as well as a graduate retention rate of 51%
Oxford University economists predict that job growth in the city will exceed many international capitals including Paris, Berlin and Tokyo.
Many UK businesses are ‘Northshoring’ to Manchester. This is expected to create 55,000 new jobs by 2025, and also add £19 billion Total Gross Value to the economy and increase residents’ disposable income by 28%.
Manchester is improving its global, national and inter-city connection
The Manchester Airport Transformation Programme will expand the airport and plans to accommodate 10 million more passengers by 2025
The arrival of the new High Speed Rail 2 (HS2) network in 2033 will reduce the travel time from Manchester to London to just 1 hour 8 minutes (previously 2 hours 8 minutes)
The city’s Metrolink network is being upgraded, with works already commenced on the new GBP350million, 6-stop metro line that will connect Trafford to the rest of the city
Manchester City Centre's population grew approximately 10% from 2014 to 2017 and is projected to grow 37% between 2018 to 2024
Pickup in construction last year still fell short of the target by 716 homes
1,784 residential units were completed in 2017, which is the third consecutive year of sustained growth
Manchester’s core urban area grew on average seven times faster than other comparative areas in the UK’s major cities
The city’s economy is bigger than Wales and Northern Ireland
20% population growth over the last decade
6.7% projected population growth by 2025 to 2.9 million people
ONS forecasts an average growth of 9,525 households in Greater Manchester from 2018 to 2025.
To read about the Trafford Park Metro Line, click here, or here, or even this article here - the connectivity of this Metro line will be huge for the development.
The £1 billion Trafford Waters regeneration project here and here.
The scale of the Trafford Centre here.
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