New renders have been made available of Renaker and Select Property Group’s 52-storey Elizabeth Tower in Manchester, designed by SimpsonHaugh.
Place North West reported last month that the two developers had teamed up on the Crown Street development, for which planning consent was secured this summer, with enabling works started in August. Images now present on the project’s website show further detail on how the completed development will look.
Select is to drive marketing and international sales for the project, with Renaker delivering on construction and development.
Now named Elizabeth Tower, the building totals 484 apartments, and is set to be built next to a 21-storey block, in total delivering 664 flats. Facilities available to residents will include a gym, rooftop gardens, a pool on the 44th floor, and 24-hour concierge.
The project sits within Manchester’s Great Jackson Street framework area, which is effectively earmarked for tall residential development, also including Renaker’s Deansgate Square scheme.
The partnership between the two active Manchester developers was revealed in September as the flats were launched for sale internationally via Hong Kong sales agent Ashton Hawks, offering an estimated 7% gross yield to potential buyers.
Renaker, established in 2006 by ex-Laing O’Rourke man Daren Whitaker, has established a reputation for its ability to deliver large-scale residential buildings, with the first towers within its 1,500-apartment Deansgate Square project at nearby Owen Street closing in on completion.
Select has progressed various projects in Manchester and beyond under a suite of brands, with Vita covering luxury student accommodation, Affinity delivering PRS and CitySuites operating aparthotels. It has also now launched the Origin residential brand and a division to focus on food & beverage at its developments.
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