DeTrafford Estates Group is due to start on site with its next phase of apartments in Castlefield, after being granted planning permission for a variation of a previously approved project, increasing from 86 to 109 flats.
City Gardens will be the third phase of the developer’s Manchester Gardens scheme, following on from Roof Gardens and Sky Gardens, both of which are currently under construction by contractor Pochin’s.
City Gardens, which was first approved last year, will house 109 units, made up of one- and two-bedroom apartments with six triplex penthouses and a master penthouse on the top three floors of the eleven-storey building, all with a private roof terrace.
Apartments on the second to eighth floors will have individual balconies.
The architect is Ollier Smurthwaite.
According to DeTrafford, further phases of Manchester Gardens “are close behind”, with St George’s Gardens awaiting planning approval, and applications for Gallery Gardens and the as-yet unnamed phase six due to be submitted in the coming months.
Gary Jackson, founder of DeTrafford, said: “It’s really exciting to see Manchester Gardens taking shape. City Gardens will assure our philosophy of high quality and design as we continue to deliver schemes to our exacting standards of unique, aspirational homes.”