Plans for a new 36-storey tower providing private sector rented housing (PRS) in Manchester have been revealed by HAUS Collective and Fuse Studios
The Angel Gardens scheme will see 455 flats built on the NOMA regeneration site, north of the city centre. The project is the latest in a line of high-rise housing developments to have emerged, or been approved, in Manchester in recent months.
Developers of the new the Moda Living tower (pictured), a joint venture between Generate Land and Caddick Developments, is expected to submit a planning application for the development imminently.
Also included in the £100million scheme are lounges, a cinema room, rooftop gardens, a gym with fitness classes and sports pitches plus bars and restaurants.
Caddick said that if planning permission is granted, work is expected to start in the third quarter of 2015, with apartments ready for occupation in 2017.
Architects: HAUS Collective/Fuse Studios
Location: NOMA masterplan, Manchester city centre
Type Of Project: Private rented sector
Structural Engineers: BuroHappold
Project Architect: HAUS Collective/Fuse Studios
Design Team: HAUS Collective/Fuse Studios/Turner & Townsend
Client: Moda Living (JV between Caddick Development and Generate Land)
Funding: Caddick Developments
Tender date: April 2015
Start on site date: End of summer 2015
Contract duration: Two years
Gross internal floor area: 50,000m2
Form of contract and/or procurement: TBC
Total cost: Circa £100million project value
M&E consultant: Tate Consulting
Quantity surveyor: Turner & Townsend
Planning supervisor: Deloitte
Lighting consultant: No specific
Main contractor: Not appointed
Selected subcontractors and suppliers: Not decided
Annual co2 emissions: Unknown