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One of the UK’s best connected cities

Manchester is an exceptionally well-connected city and nowhere is that more apparent than when you are living in the centre. 
At Vision, you’re always only a short walk away from  the city’s most popular attractions, amenities, universities and more. The site occupies one of the best locations in Manchester, and benefits from excellent public transport links. For example, the Metrolink 
tram network can be accessed via the Deansgate-Castlefield stop which lies opposite the building and provides access to a range of destinations across Greater Manchester including Altrincham, Didsbury and Manchester Airport. 
Oxford Road and Deansgate train stations, as well as all of Manchester’s major bus corridors, are within walking distance. Finally, Vision gives easy access to the city’s inner ring road which connects directly to the national motorway network. The nearest junction 
of the A57(M) is just a few hundred metres to the south of Vision and, from here, all regional destinations are within an easy drive.

Manchester’s booming property market

There is an unprecedented market for city centre living in Manchester. The latest figures from Rightmove show a 36% annual increase in demand, and data from Alliance City Living shows that competition for luxury city centre apartments is at 
a record high. 
The market in Manchester not only met, but exceeded all expectations, and the stage is set for an even greater level of success in the future. Prospects  for both capital appreciation and rental income  
are extremely strong, and the ongoing lack of supply ensures that these conditions will be in place for the long term.

Projected house price  growth by 2026: 15.4%

Furthermore, Alliance City Living reports that the number of available properties in Manchester fell by 74% over 2021, and huge annual increases in rents have been recorded across all apartment types over that same period:

Why invest  
in Manchester?

From its origins as the world’s first industrial city, Manchester has successfully reinvented itself for the 21st century and has become the UK’s second city, and the country’s top property hotspot. 
A booming economy, a highly trained workforce 
and a rapidly growing population have created the conditions for Manchester to thrive. 
Significant public and private investments into the city promise to keep the momentum going and ensure Manchester has an extremely positive 
future ahead. The dozens of large building projects planned and underway illustrate the health of the 
city and its position at the centre of the UK’s fastest-growing region. 
All of these factors have contributed to unprecedented growth in Manchester’s housing market and make this the ideal time to invest in the city to secure reliable, long-term returns. 

Indulge your passion

Manchester is internationally famous for its music scene – boasting everything from rock and indie  to opera and the classics, across a range of world- class venues.
Bridgewater Hall regularly hosts the Hallé, the BBC Philharmonic Orchestra and the Manchester Camerata, while the cavernous Manchester Arena routinely welcomes headline acts from the worlds of music, comedy and sport. It’s the largest indoor venue in Europe and typically attracts over a million visitors every year. 
In addition, the city boasts a wide range of museums, theatres, galleries and other cultural attractions, including the upcoming Factory, a world-class cultural space being built in the heart of the city. Linked to the vibrant, biennial Manchester International Festival, it is expected to attract 850,000 visitors every year. 


Crown View




Excelsior Works


Pavilion Wharf


Victoria House

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Berkeley Square


The Bailey

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