Bridgewater Wharf is Manchester’s latest addition to the residential property market. Welcoming 376 premium apartments to a stunning waterfront location, the launch of Bridgewater Wharf Manchester provides the perfect time and place to invest in a city centre brimming with success and opportunity.
Boasting a whole host of onsite amenities including a luxury lounge, state-of-the-art gym and private gardens, these buy to let apartments are conveniently situated just footsteps from the edge of the city’s most famous river, within a highly popular area for residential property growth.
Standing up to eight storeys high and spread out over five distinctive blocks, Bridgewater Wharf Manchester is an iconic addition to the skyline. Studios, one, two and three-bedroom apartments, as well as townhouses and duplex style units are available to suit the needs of every investor, whilst all projecting excellent rental returns and high capital appreciation for the future.
The modern and stylish living spaces are fitted with all the latest features you’d expect from the highest quality new-builds, including fully integrated kitchens and floor-to-ceiling windows. Also complete with elegant terraces, balconies and ‘winter gardens’, the best apartments overlook Salford Quays, Manchester city centre and the amazing waterfront directly opposite.
Manchester is a leading UK city with an undeniable global presence in the sectors of business, industry, education, culture and innovation. Bridgewater Wharf finds itself located in an enviable part of Manchester city centre, nestled between the digital business hubs of MediaCityUK, the trendy bars and restaurants of Deansgate, and the sleek retail and financial district of Spinningfields.
Well connected by the surrounding Metrolinks and train stations, this brand-new development also benefits from vast regeneration plans storming through the city. MediaCityUK is to double in size with its Phase II £1 billion regeneration scheme, whilst a further £1 billion is being ploughed into a new 15-acre St. John’s quarter, following in the footsteps of the successful £1.5 billion redevelopment of Spinningfields.