With 269 luxury apartments, Northill Apartments at Fortis Quay is the newest addition to the oversubscribed Salford Quays rental market, and is sure to be popular with the raft of young professionals looking to live work and play in the Salford Quays area.
Population growth in the area is set to soar with the second phase of MediaCityUK agreed last year which will bring a £1bn cash injection to the area, doubling the services available to residents and making the area increasingly attractive. More than 60,000 people already work in the creative and digital industries in Greater Manchester, and this is forecast to grow 27% by 2034, making new developments like Northill Apartments vital.
Northill Apartments at Fortis Quay will offer residents the best in luxury living near Salford Quays; with the city of Manchester just on the doorstep.
Now one of the most popular buy-to-let hotspots in the UK; Salford Quay is home to MediaCityUK the largest purpose-built telecommunications and media hub in Europe. MediaCityUK is a unique waterfront development home to the BBC and ITV. As well as a myriad of leisure facilities to cater to local residents and working professionals alike. In addition, the draw of Quayside living is bringing large numbers to areas where residents can enjoy the idyllic landscape. As well as the ideal location near excellent travel links to Manchester city centre; offering the best of both worlds.
Salford Quays is a technology hub which is at the forefront of the digital economy; offering an exceptional lifestyle with bars, restaurants and shops on their doorstep. The area is also home to excellent cultural landmarks such as the Lowry Theatre and the Imperial War Museum. Providing quick and easy access to Manchester city centre; residents will also benefit from the Metrolink tram service which is located a mere 321 metres from the development.
Facilities will include a communal garden and an on-site gym and superb transport links. The project will be developed by Fortis Developments, as part of the large scale development in Salford Quays.
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