The developer has reached practical completion of the 21-storey apartment scheme, the smaller of two towers being delivered as the first phase of the Crown Street project in Manchester.
Victoria Residence, designed by architect SimpsonHaugh, topped out in November 2019. The tower features a mix of 180 one-, two- and three-bedroom apartments and townhouses.
Construction of the neighbouring Elizabeth Tower, a 51-storey skyscraper, is ongoing.
Elizabeth Tower comprises 484 apartments and features a swimming pool on the 44th floor.
Phase two of Crown Street is made up of two 52-storey skyscrapers called Blade and Cylinder, plans for which were approved by Manchester City Council in July.
Construction of Blade began in September.
All four towers at Crown Street were designed by SimpsonHaugh and Deloitte Real Estate was the planning consultant.
Renaker has a strong presence in the Deansgate area of Manchester. In addition to the four towers at Crown Street, the developer is also on site building the 180-apartment Castle Wharf on the opposite side of the A56.
Deansgate Square, a four-tower build-to-rent cluster comprising more than 1,500 apartments, is complete. Legal & General has acquired the North and West towers at Deansgate Square.