The Cartwright is a residential conversion located at the intersection of Manchester’s growing NOMA and New Cross neighbourhoods. Previously home to a fashion and textile workshop, The Cartwright will retain the building’s heritage with original wood and brickwork, alongside luxurious and spacious contemporary loft-style apartments, bringing Manchester’s history into the modern day.
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The Cartwright is perfectly located on the doorstep to NOMA and New Cross neighbourhood, meaning residence have an array of bars, restaurants and amenities on their doorstep. NOMA is currently undergoing a £8 million regeneration to provide 2.5 million square foot of office space, 1,158 new homes and a staggering 400,000 square foot of shopping and leisure facilities. The regeneration of this area is set to make it a vibrant new destination for working and living.
Northern Quarter – 5-minute walk
Arndale Shopping centre – 6-minute walk
National Football Museum – 10-minute walk
The Lowry Hotel – 19-minute walk
Spinningfields – 20-minute walk
Odeon Manchester – 20-minute walk
In recent years Manchester and Salford have undergone significant regeneration programmes which have led to a thriving economy and rental market.
Manchester itself is a buy-to-let hotspot with international recognition as huge numbers of young people flock to the city, pushing up property prices and increasing demand for luxury apartments.
Manchester has great rail connections, with three major train stations in the city centre and London being just two hours away. The new High-Speed Railway, HS2, will ensure great connections to the capital and halve the journey time.
Key to the success and growth of Hopwood House in recent years has been our location on the outskirts of Manchester. Strategically located to offer all our consultants easy access to Manchester, Liverpool, Sheffield and Leeds, we are regular visitors to all the major property developments within the key Northern Powerhouse destinations.
We are passionate about the growth and development within these locations, ensuring our consultants have a high level of expertise regarding the development opportunities within these key growth areas. For this reason, many investors choose to speak with Hopwood House first when considering property investment in the North England.
We genuinely believe in working with our clients, providing a high quality of service and information, allowing our clients to make their decision on a more informed basis. As a result of this, an increasing number of investors are choosing to return and utilise our services on an ongoing basis. This is something we are incredibly proud of, and which we are looking to continually improve on in the future.
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