Cocktails, Street Food & an Exclusive Look at the City’s Newest Neighbourhood

An evening of cocktails, street food & £6k worth of furniture with Manchester New Square...

Manchester New Square is the stunning new development right on the corner of Princess Street and Canal Street, boasting 351 luxury canalside apartments encircling a new communal square home to eateries, retail shops and a state-of-the-art wellness centre.

Standing proudly in this historical and culturally significant corner of the city centre, the three buildings; Carding, Linter and Calico each feature apartments that have been designed to the highest specification, alongside phenomenal views of the city, 24-hour concierge, secure parking and an on site gym.

To celebrate the completion of the development, Manchester New Square will be hosting an evening of live entertainment, cocktails from The Alchemist, street food from Garni and music from their very own saxophonist.

The evening will also give you a chance to take a peek at the apartments themselves and see just how good they look.

Manchester New Square are also offering two exclusive incentives for attendees who reserve an apartment up to 2 weeks after the event, and they’re pretty special indeed.

First off, you can opt for a David Phillips Furniture voucher worth over £4,500 (2 bedroom) and £6,000 (3 bedroom) and up to £5,000 contribution towards the Stamp Duty payable on the new home.

With 22 years’ experience in bespoke interior design, it’s no surprise that David Phillips is the UK’s largest, specialist furniture provider, creating stunning interiors that ooze sophistication and elegance. Their stylish yet timeless collection perfectly balances beautiful aesthetics and functionality, making each new apartment feel like a home.

The other option is a generous deposit contribution towards your new home. Nice!

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Manchester New Square: Welcome Evening

Date: Thursday 29th July
Time: 4pm – 9pm
Cost: FREE
Venue: Manchester New Square

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