Developer Far East Consortium is consulting on its plans for 80 apartments at Addington Street in Manchester’s New Cross, designed by Hawkins\Brown.
The project is aimed at owner-occupiers and includes three-bedroom townhouses at street level. The scheme also has rooftop apartments which will have private, stepped terraces.
The site is bounded by Addington Street, Cross Keys Street, Marshall Street and Chadderton Street.
The development is designed around a shared central, landscaped courtyard which will provide amenity space for tenants, with seating and planting as well as cycle storage for each home.
The site forms part of Manchester City Council’s New Cross Neighbourhood Development Framework. The plot is currently used as a surface car park.
Residents, site neighbours and local businesses can view the plans and provide feedback online by visiting the consultation website and commenting by Monday 24 June: www.addington-st-manchester.co.uk
FEC project director Hilary Brett said: “We have received many offers to sell the site for different uses however we have decided we wanted to bring forward the site ourselves aimed at the local, residential market in this thriving new neighbourhood. We want to introduce our proposals to the local community and genuinely welcome and value their feedback on our scheme.”