Friday, 30 August 2013

The Point, New Islington, Manchester

McCaul Developments have just released the first apartments for sale at The Point, New Islington, Manchester, and several have already sold.  Phase One of the development includes 23 apartments and twelve canal houses while Phase 2, which has recently received Planning Permission, will add a further 81 units.

CB3 Design are pleased to be working with McCaul on this prestigious development.  We have produced technical drawing packages and continue to assist McCaul through the construction stages of the project.  The £16 million development provides contemporary, high specification homes on the banks of the Rochdale Canal in what is quickly becoming one of the most distinctive and diverse neighbourhoods in Manchester.

McCaul’s has secured approval for the government-backed ‘Help to Buy’ scheme. Prospective buyers may be eligible to apply for the scheme, which enables first-time buyers and existing homeowners to buy a property with a five per cent deposit and up to a 20 per cent equity loan.


The Point, New Islington, Manchester, residential development, artists impression of apartment block

The Point, New Islington, Manchester, residential development, artists impression of apartment block

Homes & Communities Agency Executive Director for the North West, Deborah McLaughlin has said: “The Manchester city fringe area is changing rapidly and it’s fantastic to see high quality housing of this standard being built in New Islington.”

The luxury properties feature many unique designs and all are spacious with a selected few having roof top gardens overlooking the city and the new marina. All of the apartments and houses have spacious kitchens and bathrooms with plentiful storage and daylight.  The development aims to establish a village-like community in an urban location which is only a 5 minute walk into the city centre.

Sales details are available on The Point website and from Curtis & Bains who are the sales and letting agents.


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