The developer has completed its £15m mixed-use development on Manchester’s Angel Street, including 64 apartments and a 3,500 sq ft Co-op convenience store.
The 0.2-acre site in Manchester’s NOMA district was acquired by Progressive Living in 2016 and secured planning consent the following summer.
Designed by architect Cartwright & Gross and built by Cruden Construction, the development named North Central includes a mix of 24 one-bed and 40 two-bed apartments.
David Fairclough, director at Progressive Living Developments, said: “North Central is our first large scale regeneration project so we are delighted that it has fully sold and is coming to life. Our mission is to make strategic land acquisitions that give us the opportunity to regenerate areas through the creation of high quality, sustainable and vibrant communities.
“The Angel Street site was previously a disused wines and spirits distribution warehouse and we are proud to have played a part in the development of the wider NOMA district.”
Last month, Progressive Living completed the purchase of the 13,000 sq ft Victoria House in Stockport, which will be redeveloped into a residential scheme.