This is city living as you always felt it should be. Local Crescent is a unique community comprising 399 apartments and seven townhouses spread across three distinct towers with uniquely striking façades.
One, two and three-bedroom homes are available, each benefitting from thoughtful layouts, premium fixtures and fittings and high-end finishes. Local Crescent tenants also enjoy access to amenities that go far above-and-beyond the usual city-centre offering.
Local Crescent’s apartments include access to an on-site cutting-edge gymnasium; a heated indoor swimming pool; spa and sauna facilities; peaceful yoga spaces; a private cinema; bookable party rooms; an unexpectedly stylish laundry; and a superb bistro-style café that’s also open to the public.
24 reception and Concierge
Private Residence Gym
Rooftop Football Field
Enviably situated in a vibrantly rejuvenated area of Salford dubbed The Crescent, Local Crescent is just a short walk from Manchester city centre. Its superb location offers tenants unrivalled views across the River Irwell and the acres of surrounding parkland. Recent years have seen an impressive number of residential, commercial and office developments spring up within the vicinity of The Crescent, along with the restoration of nearby historic buildings.
0.1 miles to Peel Park
0.4 miles to Salford Crescent
0.7 miles to Manchester University
1.1 miles to Manchester City Centre
Set within the biggest green space in Manchester’s city centre. A 350 acre regeneration project forming part of the City centre’s £800 million noma development & seen as the integral first step towards the wider regeneration of Salford is a distinctly ambitious & architecturally stunning residential development
350 acre regeneration project
KEY MARKET STATISTICS
UK’s third largest city with over 510,000 people
in GDP, third largest in the UK
Students in the city, as well as a graduate
visitors in 2017, 10% increase year on year
rental yields being achieved in Manchester
increase in rental yields in 2017
of private lets, one of the highest in the UK
between London and Manchester with HS2 in 2032
increase in house prices over the last 5 years
population growth between 2002 and 2015
increase in house prices in 2018, compared with 1% national average
new homes needed by 2035