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Old Posted Sep 5, 2017, 3:50 PM
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Moxy Hotel | Spinningfields
Hotel | City Zone

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Basic information
  • Status: Planning application submitted

  • Nearest transport: Salford Central

  • Address: Atkinson St, Spinningfields, City Zone Manchester M3

Detailed information
  • Architect: Northmill

  • Cost: £18m

  • Hotel beds: 145

  • Hotel operator: Moxy (Marriott)

  • Developer: Henry Boot

Moxy Hotel Spinningfields is due to be approved by Manchester City Council at their committee meeting next Thursday (24/8)

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The Ordsall Chord railway bridge.

Photo by Daniel Merryweather

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The Trilogy | Castlefield
Apartments | City Zone

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Basic information
  • Status: Under Construction

  • Nearest transport: Cornbrook

  • Address: 27-29 Ellesmere St, Britannia Basin, Castlefield, Manchester M15

Detailed information
  • Architect: AEW

  • Floors: 8, 9 & 12

  • Number of apartments: 232

  • Cost: £40m

  • Developer: Glenbrook






Coming along nicely. Image by Slow Burn

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St Michaels | Peter's Fields
Mised use masterplan | City Zone

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Basic information
  • Status: Pre-Planning

  • Nearest transport: St Peter's Square

  • Address: Bootle St, Peterloo, City Zone Manchester M2

Detailed information
  • Architect: Hodder + Partners

  • Floors: Tallest 31

  • Height: 134.5

  • Use: apartments, offices, retail, hotel

  • Developer: Gary Neville, Ryan Giggs, Brendan Flood, MCC

A render has been released of the 39-storey, 134.5m tower proposed for St Michael's. A massive height increase on the previous proposal





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Looks quality already, even though it's just taking shape.

The Pavilion.

The Field, Spinningfields.

Tonight.













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Exchange Court.

Tonight.

Click on the link for more picture's. Post 1370.






http://www.skyscrapercity.com/showth...#post141940064
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Taken this Evening.

Owen Street and Axis cores.

And Metrolink.



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X1 The Landmark | Middlewood
Residential | Salford

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Basic information
  • Status: Approved

  • Nearest transport: Salford Crescent

  • Address: 4 Liverpool Street, Middlewood, Salford M5

Detailed information
  • Floors: 5, 10, 14

  • Number of apartments: 190

  • Completion: 2018

  • Architect: DK

  • Developer: X1

Forrest Construction has won the £31.2m contract to build X1 The Landmark



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Taken Yesterday at the Public exhibition.

Got a few snippets that I will post later on.

TBH I've forgot some of them. :lol:

But one thing is for sure, we the Manchester forum members, should all be very excited by this redevelopment of the GNW.

Last board shows the 2nd round changes that have been made to the square

Model.





Dean Street. Short for Deansgate.



New public square. 2nd round changes on the left.

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Spoke to the developer on Thursday night.

The Great Northern Warehouse will once again sit in splendid isolation. Everything that is currently fixed to it externally will go. The car park ramps, the building next to the car park ramps, the metal structure on the corner of Quay Street and Deansgate, etc. The lot! The mini Ampitheatre will be turned into mini reservoir that will harvest rain water which will be used across the buildings.



The 1st phase of the redevelopment is the square at the front of the warehouse. Planning Application to be submitted in September. Work to start early 2018. The current

Think the next phase is the apartments.(or Dean Street) This will include the middle of the top floor being made into a atrium garden for the residents, with a glazed roof. Access to the apartments for the residents will be through the front of the warehouse via the new Square. Once the Aprtments are finished, that access through the warehouse from the Square will be closed to the public.

The next phase will be Dean Street and the High Line. Dean Street will be modelled on Carnaby Street in London. Full of some of the best indie restaurant and bars operators. Other uses for the Dean Street are also being looked at like indie clothes, art and craft shops.

The developer is already in Talks with Nick Johnson and Jen Thompson behind http://www.altrinchammarket.co.uk and the soon to be opened Mackie Mayor building in the NQ, as a similar concept. http://altrincham.today/2017/08/17/t...re-next-month/

At the back of the building will be the 'High Line'.



This will be open to residents and the general public. What the High Line will include and incorporate is still being looked at and worked on by the developer.

The final phase will be the tower/s. All options on this are still being considered. Public consultations regarding what type of tower people prefer have already taken place. The developer is leaning towards a garden/green - towers/s similar to the Bosch Verticale Milan, and other green towers around the World.



Architects such as Simpson and Haugh and Will Allsop are working on the Great Northern Warehouse redevelopment.

The redevelopment of the Great Northern Warehouse is backed by a billionaire Hong Kong based property developer. The funding is in place. The redevelopment of the Great Northern Warehouse is planned to take between 5-10 years, but the developer is keen to reduce that time frame.

The developer has asked a group from SSC Manchester to come to the next public consultation to give our views and ideas on their updated proposals andplans for the Great Northern Warehouse redevelopment, including the tower/s.
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