NEW Townhouses are Coming to Manchester City Centre

And you can secure yours for £500 at the showcase event where they're offering to pay legal fees and just a 5% deposit!

There’s a brand new community coming to the City Centre featuring 71 one & two-bedroom apartments and 9 townhouses available to buy on Thursday 19th March!

The team behind the development are hosting an event Thursday 19th March at La Collina Coffee Bar which will give you EXCLUSIVE first-access on the limited number of townhouses and range of apartments.

You can secure your new home for just £500 next Thursday! The event also gives new homeowners the chance to waiver the legal fees (up to £1000) and secure the chance to only need a 5% deposit at the exchange of contracts.

There will be 80 new homes in total at Far East Consortium’s new development, each with the distinct Mancunian red brick creating a new area nestled between the Northern Quarter and Ancoats that still nods to the rich history and character of Manchester.

The stepped building also features SOUTH-FACING (yes!) rooftop terraces perfect for your own private area for Manchester’s famous BBQ & umbrella season!

The development’s main focus will be creating a brand new community all brought together by a lush central landscaped courtyard designed by Exterior Architecture. The central atrium will give each apartment its own outdoor-front door, looking out onto the bright open space and to your neighbours to help the creation of a new neighbourhood.

And if you’re looking for an opportunity to grow your own herbs and veg in the city centre – you can even do that in the private courtyard areas included with the townhouses!

Prices start at £199,950 and sales of the properties are officially launching on Thursday 19th March at an event at La Collina so you can get first dibs!

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Sales launch of New Cross Central 

Where: La Collina Coffee Bar, 18 Tariff St, Manchester, M1 2FN
When: Thursday 19th March 2020
Time: 2pm – 8pm 

More info

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