Greater Manchester is about to witness a redevelopment project, popularly known as the MANCHESTER NEW SQUARE project. The site of this project has been planned to be Princess Street, Whitworth Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1 7DG. In accordance with the project scheme and in-depth planning, there will be a total of three structures of 15 storeys each with 4 storeys below the ground. The construction will take place on a site area and floor area of 5300 square meters and 7934 square meters respectively.

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As per the revealed confirmed report, the building will have a total of 351 units, providing residential space for 117 one bed houses, 218 two bed houses, and 16 three bed houses. Apart from that, the building would grant space for commercial units such as offices, retail shops, and restaurants. The structure would also feature 437 spaces to be used as parking areas. With real estate loans and funding from Hank Zarihs Associates, the developers and investors of the MANCHESTER NEW SQUARE Project will be able to complete the entire construction at an estimated value of £80M.

The client of the project, Urban & Civic started the construction on 2nd February 2018. The project is estimated to be finished within 24 months, ending on 2nd February 2020. The architect group of this project consists of Simpson Haugh & Partners as the lead architect and Landscape Projects as the landscape architect.

The consultant group of the project consists of Ramboll and ROC Consulting.  The management responsibility of the project has been taken up by Urban & Civic. The contractor of the project is Lendlease Limited Manchester Office.  The developers and investors of the MANCHESTER NEW SQUARE Project can avail easy and hassle-free capital from Hank Zarihs Associates for making their infrastructure goal a huge success. The project’s developers and investors can easily avail capital from HZA for making their infrastructure goal success and obtaining high ROI.

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