Regent Plaza, Manchester
Regent Plaza is a landmark residential development on the edge of Regent Road. Its walls are in touching distance of Manchester City Centre, that will create identity and functionality at a prime location, on a major transitory route into and out of the City.
Price from £135,977*
Up to 7% Rental yield
£135,977 to £327,402*
1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom units
Regent Plaza, Manchester
Located in the emerging creative quarter, the development is creating a new contemporary living space for the ever increasing young, professional and residential community. The prestigious development comprises five unique blocks surrounding a centralised landscaped garden with seating and social areas.
Regent Plaza offers 525 units to be released over 5 blocks, comprising one, two and three bedroom apartments and three bedroom town houses along with 153 private car parking spaces.
Designed and built to the highest standard
- One-bedroom, two-bedroom and three-bedroom units.
- Prices between £135,977 to £327,402*
- Projected average gross rental yields: Up to 7%.
- Estimated completion date: Q3 2022.
- Location: Regent Plaza is located between Manchester City Centre and Salford Media City at Salford Quays. The site is in-between these two commercial centres, with the Chapel Street corridor to the north and Salford Quays to the South West.
|Location||Regent Plaza, Manchester, North West, England, M5 3GY|
|Price Range||£135,977 – £327,402*|
|Units||1 bedroom, 2 bedroom and 3 bedroom units|
|Rental Yield||Up to 7%|
|Project Status||Completion Date: Q2 2022|
Population in Greater Manchester
People in Employment
62,8 Billion GVA
Value of Economy
Manchester is rich in heritage, with an established economy and a multi-modal transport network, including the UK’s largest regional airport.
Manchester is also known for its two world-class football clubs Manchester United and Manchester City.
With a widely recognised cultural and lifestyle scene, the City hosts the bi-annual International Arts Festival (MIF), as well as the Conservative and Labour Party Conferences at Manchester Central.
Manchester boasts the largest student population in Europe, with over 100,000 students, of which 8,000 are international students.
Manchester is identified by overseas investors as a source of opportunity, with major strategic developments. Key international investments include Media City UK, home to the BBC; Airport City, one of the largest regeneration schemes in the UK with Beijing Construction Engineering Group, the Cooperative’s £800m Noma, and the new £750m First Street development, offering a compelling blend of culture, retail and leisure.