A 458-apartment private rented sector scheme at NOMA has been granted planning permission by Manchester City Council.
Angel Gardens is the flagship scheme of Moda Living, a partnership between Caddick Developments and Generate Land, and is the first major residential component of The Co-operative Group and Hermes Investment Management's NOMA masterplan.
The joint application from Moda and The Co-operative Group was signed off at a meeting of the council's planning committee this afternoon, Thursday 19 March.
The 36-storey tower is made up of 455 studio-, one-, two- and three-bed apartments, set around semi-private interactive gardens alongside bars, restaurants and retail space.
A roof garden will have space for BBQs, gym and fitness classes, Yoga and a sport court complete with netball, tennis, basketball and football facilities.
Tony Brooks, director of Moda Living, said: "Today's news is extremely positive and is another key milestone in our journey to change the face of PRS.
"The NOMA scheme is offering an unbeatable area of redevelopment and investment in Manchester city centre. It has provided Moda with the perfect opportunity to introduce our brand and concept, and we have customer experience at the heart of our strategy."
Moda Living has appointed CBRE Residential as its investment advisors.