Construction of the 354-apartment scheme off Wharf End near Salford Quays has concluded two months ahead of schedule, according to developer Cole Waterhouse.
Around 80% of the apartments at No1 Old Trafford have already been sold, the developer said.
The 214,000 sq ft PRS development, located close to the Wharfside Metrolink stop, is split between two towers of 18 and 15 storeys and was designed by Jon Matthews Architects.
The blocks are connected at ground level by a central reception area, which houses residential amenities including a cinema room, co-working business lounge, a private dining facility, and laundry rooms.
A total of 139 apartments have one bedroom each while 211 of the flats provide two bedrooms. Four of the apartments have three bedrooms.
Domis Construction took over from collapsed contractor Forrest Construction in 2019 and the development topped out last summer.
Loft Interiors is now undertaking the fit-out.
“To complete a scheme of this scale and ambition two months ahead of programme and to budget, particularly with all of the restrictions the industry has faced this year, is an achievement of which we are very proud,” said Damian Flood, chief executive of Cole Waterhouse.
“Domis has done a superb job and the level of interest in the scheme has been extremely high, from both the local market and investors. We expect the remaining apartments to be rapidly taken up.”
Nearby, Cole Waterhouse is developing the 290-apartment Anchorage Gateway, next to Anchorage tram stop in Salford Quays.