Caxton House, Chapel Street, Salford
Designed to occupy a constrained site, in an exceptional location a few minutes walk from Deansgate, Spinningfields and Salford Central. The new five storey building compliments its adjoining Grade II listed neighbour, offering a mixed use tenure. The street level commercial dressed with Ashlar Stone, with a mix of one and two bedroom apartments occupying the upper floors. All pre sold.
Greenbank House, Albert Square, Bowdon
One of the finest buildings within one of the most sought-after locations in Bowdon, Greenbank House has all the heritage, character and charm expected from buildings of this era.
Completely restored and redeveloped to the highest standards. The block provides a completely unique mix of apartments along with a contemporary new build within the grounds.
New Street, Altrincham
In partnership with Southway Housing Trust, the redevelopment of New Street transforms an unattractive, poor contributor to its conservation area setting, into fifteen, two bedroom, contemporary apartments. Rarely, for a location such as this, 100% of the scheme is to be offered as affordable, shared ownership apartments.
The Downs / Osbourne Place, Altrincham
Situated within The Downs Conservation Area, this scheme is half concealed within one of Altrincham beautiful back streets. The building was redeveloped from vacant space, into a mix of residential and commercial spaces, all fully occupied.
Oak House, Barrington Road, Altrincham
Within walking distance of Altrincham Town Centre, Oak House formerly occupied a down sizing business, with the building failing into a deteriorated condition. The redeveloped site restores the existing Victorian Villa and adds a bold contemporary new build addition to the rear.
The Stamford Arms, Lymm Road, Little Bollington
A slice of history on the brink of being lost. This scheme restores the existing heritage buildings, bordering the beautiful Dunham Massey Estate. In addition creating a unique selection of new homes of exemplary design quality within the site grounds. The site promises to deliver a 50% mix of affordable housing.
The Tannery, Back Grafton Street, Altrincham
Within the highly popular Goose Green Conservation Area, The Tannery replaced a severely derelict workshop, that had been the source of anti social issues and structural risk for a number of years. The constrained, split level site, provided home for thirteen apartments over three / four floors of accommodation. The site was immediately fully occupied upon completion, demonstrating the high demand for Town Centre living.
Victoria House, Stamford New Road, Altrincham
Acquired from a London based property fund, the buildings upper floors had lay vacant and fallen into a poor state of repair. Stripped back to its original character and charm, the converted commercial offices offered space for luxury loft style apartments. All pre sold.
Weavers Cottages, Regent Road, Altrincham
Delivered in partnership with Southway Housing Trust, this development is modern twist on the Earle of Stamford Estate workman's cottages. Pairing traditional buildings with modern design principles and materials. The scheme is representative of Altrincham's successful reinvention as a town.
West Lane, High Legh
Acquiring the site working collaboratively with the High Legh Estate, this infill plot offered an unmissable opportunity to provide some high quality housing the village. The sympathetic design sought to sit comfortably within the setting, whilst offering modern features to the rear elevation. Pre sold.
Central Way, Altrincham
The last of the central areas of Altrincham Town Centre to be regenerated. Currently a service and logistical area, Central Way has the potential to become a gateway entrance to this end of the town. This stands to provide that catalyse along side neighbouring tenants such as Everyman Cinema.