Waterside Wharf – From £134,995

134,995

Completion – Q4 2020
Type – One, two and three bedroom apartments
Sold – No
Location – Salford, Manchester
Sq Foot – From 387.7 sq-ft

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OUR NEXT INVESTMENT IN THE EVER GROWING

 

Waterside Wharf is the new development from one of the area’s leading developer with a proven track record of delivering quality developments in Manchester and Salford. Following the successful sell out of the first phase of this “development” the second phase is now ready for sale and it promises to be as popular as its predecessor as it offers a premium opportunity for investors looking for their next property.

 

It is close to both Manchester and Salford city centres and comprises 376 apartments spread over eight storeys and is made up of studio, one bedroom, two bedroom and three bedroom residential apartments.

 

Salford is still chronically short of high quality rental accommodation.

 

Each apartment will be completed with contemporary fixtures and fittings offering modern living in this busy city. In addition, many apartments include spacious balconies which overlook Salford and Manchester, providing the sort of views which are in high demand and give the development an extra edge compared to many other developments in the area.

 

Waterside Wharf is the perfect choice for people looking to live close to both Manchester city centre and the picturesque Salford Quays waterfront. It is close to MediaCityUK which is home to the world famous BBC and many other internationally known businesses.  Manchester and The Quays are only a short distance from the development, as are many restaurants, shops, bars and public transport options.  These are further complemented by the on-site amenities– such as secure cycle storage, a communal resident’s lounge, a private gymnasium and parking on selected units including electric charging points.

 

SALFORD AND THE QUAYS

 

Salford is a city that is quickly establishing itself as one of the fastest growing in the UK thanks to its status as a vibrant home for business, recreation and culture and is going through big changes. Dubbed ‘the start-up city’ Salford’s population is forecast to grow by 10% by 2020 as and more businesses look to use Salford as a base. In the last five years alone the total number of businesses in the city has increased by 20% and the economy has grown by 15%.

 

 

As already mentioned Salford is home to the iconic MediaCityUK development which has drawn in broadcasting giants to the area, including ITV and the BBC. The number of media companies calling MediaCityUK home is only set to grow, with plans to expand the business hub by 455% over the next decade. Holding the accolade of the best business start-up city in the UK and even outranking LONDON – there is no doubting Salford’s economic strength and it is no surprise that so many young people are eager to move to the area.

 

Salford is enjoying huge levels of investment with improvements to local infrastructure being undertaken to cater for the many people wishing to call Salford their home.

 

 

However, Salford isn’t all about business and the city boasts numerous recreation and leisure facilities. Home to renowned facilities like the Lowry Theatre, the Imperial War Museum North and more, there is always something to do. Now second only to the neighbouring city of Manchester in the region, Salford is expected to rival the UK’s second city in the years to come, with economic growth of a further 86% expected as well as the creation of a further 24,000 jobs in the next ten years.

 

 

WHAT ELSE IS GOING ON AROUND SALFORD AND MANCHESTER?

 

IF YOU HAVEN’T HEARD THERE’S THING CALLED THE NORTHERN POWERHOUSE

 

Greater Manchester is a thriving region in the North of England and the UK’s property investment hotspot.

 

In recent years it has gone from strength to strength, with huge regeneration schemes powering rapid economic growth. With the support of the government’s Northern Powerhouse scheme, many parts of Greater Manchester have undergone significant change and have an interesting future ahead of them.

 

The Northern Powerhouse initiative was spearheaded by the former Chancellor of the Exchequer, George Osborne, with the aim of rebalancing the economy away from London and giving the Northern regions a boost. As key players in the government scheme, Manchester and Salford have grown impressively and begun to compete with London as top locations in the UK for investors. Greater Manchester now contributes approximately £56bn GVA to the economy annually and this is predicted to rise 2.8% each year until 2024.

 

Economic growth in Greater Manchester is driving the buy-to-let market which is good news for investors. It has led to the housing boom in the region today, with Salford and Manchester becoming some of the most popular places to relocate to in the UK. Today, there are thousands of young people moving to the Greater Manchester region for the excellent employment opportunities and high-quality lifestyle on offer.

 

PROPERTY PRICES IN SALFORD HAVE INCREASED BY 28.5% IN THE LAST 5 YEARS

Zoopla, 2017

 

SALFORD OUTRANKS LONDON AS THE UK’S TOP CITY FOR START-UP GROWTH

Manchester Evening News, 2017

 

ECONOMIC GROWTH IN MANCHESTER HAS OUTSTRIPPED THAT IN THE CAPITAL SINCE 2014

FT Adviser, 2017

 

GREATER MANCHESTER WILL NEED AT LEAST 200,000 NEW HOMES BY 2040 TO MEET ANTICIPATED ECONOMIC AND POPULATION GROWTH

TFGM, 2017

 

  

LOCATION

 

Waterside Wharf enjoys an ideal position in Salford overlooking the River Irwell, as well as being only a short journey from Manchester city centre and MediaCityUK. Residents will be within walking distance of some of the best recreation and leisure destinations in both cities.

 

 

CONNECTIVITY IN GREATER MANCHESTER

 

Greater Manchester is one of the most well-connected places in the UK, with residents able to access other areas of the region easily via the Metrolink tram network and regular bus services which run throughout the day. Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria are two major train stations in Manchester which provide direct access to many key cities in the country.

 

The announcement of HS2 is another huge boost to Manchester’s economy and will significantly reduce the journey time between Manchester and other key cities such as Birmingham and London.

 

As the UK’s global gateway from the North, Manchester Airport has over 200 direct flights to destinations worldwide and handles around 22 million passengers every year. The airport is currently undergoing a massive transformation in a £1bn project which will see the addition of the ‘Super Terminal’.

 

There really has never been a better time to invest in Salford as economic growth and a rapidly increasing population continue to drive up property prices, yields and rental demand.

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Amenities

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Living Room

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