One Port Street Northern Quarter Manchester
- Introducing a masterpiece in modern living to Manchester’s creative district, the iconic Northern Quarter. A vibrant neighborhood of cultural, creative and digital innovation, the Northern Quarter calls for a residential offering to keep pace with the demands of its inhabitants.
- A landmark purpose-built development within Select Property’s Prestige Collection, One Port Street pushes the boundaries of resident experience like never before. With first-class amenities including a 2,000 sq ft. swimming pool, seventh floor club lounge and a grand lobby with a 360° fireplace, One Port Street doesn’t just tick the boxes, it defines new ones.
- they develop, sell, and manage property investments to support you through every part of the journey. From consultation through to exit strategy, their in-house team of experts work together to help you get the most out of your investment. Paired with market-leading returns, their end-to-end approach is what makes global property investors trust Select Property year after year.
- their developments are driven by the people that live in them, and so are your returns. That’s why every detail is carefully considered to provide the best resident experience possible. they breathe life into every space they create to cultivate vibrant communities of long-term residents.
- To date, they have sold over £2.8bn worth of property across multiple brands to their global investors. In the last three years alone, they have sold over £1bn across their residential brands – Affinity Living and the Prestige Collection.
- With global offices in Manchester, Shanghai, and Hong Kong, they recognize the importance of being close to international investors.
features and amenities:
- 32 storeys
- 7th floor club lounge & terrace
- 2,000 sq ft swimming pool & spa pool
- Private car-park with charging
- 477 premium quality apartments
- State-of-the-art gymnasium
- Resident lounge
- Ground-floor urban garden
- Co-working space & private study booths
- Private dining spaces
- Grand lobby with 360° fire-pit
- Ground floor food outlet
Once described as ‘up and coming’ the Northern Quarter is officially the here and now. Known as Manchester’s creative capital, it’s a thriving city-center hot spot for young professionals. Just an 8-minute walk from Manchester Piccadilly, and a 5-minute walk from the Arndale shopping center.
- Transport links
Just an 8-minute walk to Manchester Piccadilly railway station, with direct links to Manchester Airport, London Euston, Birmingham New Street, and Glasgow Central. With the implementation of High-Speed 2 (HS2), the journey time between Manchester and London will be cut to just 1 hour 11 minutes by 2032.
Manchester International Airport is the UK’s third busiest airport, carrying almost 30 million passengers per year, with 54 airlines flying direct to over 200 worldwide destinations.
The ‘Street-Art Capital’ of the city, the Northern Quarter is Manchester’s answer to Shoreditch, Brooklyn or West Hollywood. True to Manchester’s entrepreneurial history, the area built its reputation on a love for independent businesses, support of local street art and a world-class food scene.
Many of the Northern Quarter’s art murals reflect Manchester’s proud industrial history. The Manchester worker bee is one of the best-known symbols of Manchester and has been an emblem for the city for over 150 years, denoting Mancunian’s hard work ethic and the city being a hive of activity. The birthplace of the industrial revolution, Manchester was first nicknamed ‘Cottonopolis’ in the 19th century for its manufacturing of cotton. Today, Manchester is a global centre for business, leisure and innovation.
Manchester property remains one of the strongest assets in any significant investment portfolio. Forecasted to see the strongest house price and rental growth of all UK cities over the next five years, JLL predict 19.3% house price growth, and 21.6% cumulative rental growth for Manchester by 2027.
The city’s strong performance is underpinned by an ongoing supply and demand imbalance. Driven by a graduate retention rate of 50% and a growing population of renters returning to cities post-pandemic, some areas of the city saw rental values climb by 38% in 2022. With no end in sight for Manchester’s housing shortage, rental availability fell to an all-time low of just 360 properties left to rent in Q3 2022.
A vibrant community renowned for an alternative shopping scene of its own, this desirable location is famous for its boutique vintage shops and independent businesses, including florists, bakeries, art galleries and cafés.
The Northern Quarter and its quirky neighbouring district, Ancoats, are largely responsible for Manchester’s world-class food and dining reputation. In fact, both were voted ‘one of the world’s coolest neighbourhoods’ by TimeOut (2022-2023). Residents will be spoilt for choice with eclectic food markets, award-winning restaurants and Ancoats’ very own Michelin star, Mana, right on their doorstep. Ancoats recently won the award for ‘Foodie Neighbourhood of the Year 2022’.
|Deposit at contract exchange
|Balance on completion