Vision set to hove into view as groundwork begins
Construction of a new 37-storey Manchester high rise apartment is set to begin.
Developer, Vision Manchester LTD, says major groundwork milestones are under way on the building, including installation of its power supply which is now fully operational. The drainage works package has also been completed and signed off by Building Control.
The Vision development, on Whitworth Street in west Manchester, has been designed by JM Architects and works are scheduled to be completed by 2026.
The development boasts amenities including a gym, yoga and spin studio, cinema, workspaces, residents’ lounge area and a concierge service.
Domis has been appointed to carry out the construction works, and a four-month period of enabling works is under way to bring the project out of the ground and see Vision begin to take its shape.
The tower is located in the heart of Manchester city centre, including the important multimillion-pound First Street financial and leisure district which has been announced as the new Government Civil Service headquarters, bringing 10,000 jobs.
Off-plan sales of the 327 one-, two- and three-bed apartments are already under way with Vision being brought to market by Alliance Investments, which is acting as the master sales agent.
The company has vast experience in Manchester and is confident of a sell-out in advance of completion.
Ronald Garrett, Alliance Investments MD, said: “Vision is the latest landmark tower in Manchester city centre and it is sure to be a popular destination for those who want to live in the heart of it all.
“We are proud of our track record of delivering superb developments in Manchester and Vision is a fantastic addition to our portfolio.”
Paul Strutt, director at DOMIS, said: “Vision is set to be an impressive residential tower.”