Manchester is building upwards and recent new images showing plans for the dramatic transformation of Angel Meadow includes a 41-storey skyscraper which will have a prominent impact on the city’s skyline.
If successful, this ambitious £200 million development will see 754 new flats built across four new buildings. This is all part of Far East Consortium’s plans to extend the NOMA development further north with thousands of much-needed homes for the city.
General Manager of Far East Consortium, Gavin Taylor, said: “Angel Meadow provides an unrivalled opportunity to create an international calibre neighbourhood within NOMA in the heart of the City. It’s a privilege to work on such an exciting site for our first development in Manchester. Working with architects 5plus and landscape architects Planit-IE our plans are to build over 700 new homes of mixed tenure across the four plots, while bringing new commercial and leisure uses to street level, and bringing the park itself into the heart of the community.”
If plans go ahead, this will be yet another landmark development for Manchester that will cement its reputation as a ‘poster child’ for redevelopment and regeneration.