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Designed by award winning architects Hawkins\Brown, Victoria Riverside is a destination like no other.
Set just a stone’s throw from Manchester City Centre, Victoria Riverside is home to 634 new apartments and townhouses. Along Dantzic street will see new life breathed into the railway arches providing dedicated space for cafes, venues and bars to set-up shop.
Set in between the greenery of City River Park and the hustle and bustle of the city centre, this landmark development is home to 634 new apartments and townhouses in Manchester’s emerging Red Bank neighbourhood.
Just a few minutes’ walk from Victoria Riverside, the Arndale Centre is the UK’s largest inner city shopping centre, housing over 240 big-name retailers and restaurants, from Apple and Burberry to Five Guys and Bella Italia.
The facade and angle of the building creates floor-to-ceiling, ‘picture-frame’ windows with dual views for each apartment, making the character of the local area an integral part of every home. You’ll take in the skyscrapers and bright lights of the city centre, whilst enjoying the tranquil setting of the City River Park.
In designing the three towers at Victoria Riverside, architects Hawkins\Brown wanted to highlight the distinct character of the local area. Part of this was about taking full advantage of the impressive views to the north and south.
Finished to the highest specification, Victoria Riverside is the perfect place to call home.
As the job market grows, so does the residential market. Property prices are expected to increase by 17% between 2021 and 2025, while rental growth is forecast to hit 16.5% over the same period. The office market is also booming with 1.2m sq ft of office space delivered last year alone.
With global transport connections, the highest retention rates of graduates and home to some of the biggest brands, the city has a huge £62.8 billion economy and is one of the UK’s fastest growing regional cities.