Urban Splash has finished its £10m renovation of Longlands Mill in Stalybridge, Tameside, alongside the Huddersfield canal and River Tame.
The scheme, designed by architect Space Craft, delivered 44 studio, one- and two-bed apartments and ground floor commercial units ranging up to 6,540 sq ft. Splash is also on site with a new build next door, to be called Pattern House, set to contain 57 apartments and two commercial units.
Development director Simon Humphreys said: "The completion of the mill has been much anticipated not only by our first residents, but also by people from across Tameside who have a real affinity with the building.
"We are extremely proud at what has been achieved and the outcome of the redevelopment. We've picked up where the mill left off when it closed in 1961 and have delivered a truly thriving community for Stalybridge."
Splash will open the mill on Saturday 26 July from 11 to 6pm to showcase the new development.