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Manchester New Sq update

Manchester New Sq update

Across the water from Canal Street, you may have noticed a new apartment complex taking form. Well, Manchester New Square is due for completion this spring and they have lots of exciting things in store!

The development is made up of three buildings Carding, Linter and Calico inspired by the rich textile heritage of the area. The Carding building recently completed in November and is filling up with new residents’ eager to explore the local area.

The Linter and Calico buildings are soon to follow, and in a few short weeks, the courtyard of the trio will be transformed into a public square with beautiful canal facing restaurants and retail outlets, offering an exciting new hub to hang out and adding to this already amazing pocket of the city.

That’s not all though, as people return to the city and the weather gets a little warmer, the development will be welcoming the community by hosting a launch event so that you can pop along for a drink and enjoy the space. To stay tuned on the event, keep your eyes peeled on their social channels over the next few weeks as they release more information!

If you’re looking to make your next move, contact their friendly sales team to find out more about the development at READ MORE

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Published: 25-Mar-2021

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