A brand new and exciting opportunity for property investment in Manchester is being launched. The first phase in developer Cube Homes’ ‘The Curve’ private rental scheme development project offers buy-to-let landlords the chance to invest in a popular area of Manchester.
The Curve is situated in the sought-after Manchester area of Levenshulme in the south of the city, close to Manchester city centre.
Although Levenshulme is a busy part of Manchester, the development itself will feature open spaces and green areas – both things that are high on tenants’ wish-lists following the pandemic.
Manchester itself is going from strength-to-strength. Its property market proved resilient in the face of the pandemic, with some of the highest house price growth in the country. It has been called a ‘growth city’ and named the best place in the country to be a buy-to-let landlord.
Managing Director of Cube Homes, Chris Heath, predicts that The Curve will see high levels of interest from both tenants and people keen to make a property investment in Manchester. He says, “We expect great demand for these homes with hotspots around the city centre seeing a surge in rental enquiries.”
With only 27 one and two-bedroom apartments available for The Curve’s first phase, it is likely these units will sell out fast.
An eco-friendly investment
What makes The Curve different from a lot of other opportunities for property investment in Manchester are its green credentials. As well as solar panels and access to electric vehicle charging points, each apartment at The Curve has its own cycle storage space to encourage eco-friendly transportation.
Cyclists living at The Curve also benefit from easy access to the National Cycle Network route the Fallowfield Loop, which connects residents with road and rail links into Manchester and beyond.
And what’s more is that every apartment is developed with sustainability and affordability in mind. The Curve provides high-quality, low carbon homes for modern lifestyles. There are even a range of fully accessible units so everyone can live there.
A charitable developer
Further adding to the feel-good nature of this development is Cube Home’s business model. They form the private part of the Great Places Housing Group. This is a charitable organisation that uses the profits from Cube Homes to provide affordable homes, social housing and supported accommodation in England’s north west.
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