One Heritage to deliver £37m Manchester scheme 

The developer has exchanged contracts with Maryland Securities for a site off Great Ducie Street and Mirabel Street that has planning consent for a 129-apartment project. 

Maryland won planning consent for the Mirabel Street development in December 2020. 

Designed by Hodder+Partners, the scheme comprises two separate blocks; a 10-storey block fronting Mirabel Street and a 14-story building fronting Great Ducie Street.  

The apartments are to be a mix of one-, two- and three-bedroom properties and the development will also feature 3,500 sq ft of commercial space across two units and a 2,500 sq ft roof terrace. 

Boasting an estimated gross development value of £37.4m, the scheme is located close to another One Heritage project, the company’s eponymous 55-storey tower. 

One Heritage predicts the scheme will complete in Q3 2024. 

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Great news, in Manchester we see any development as good development

By Cal

This part of town is dire. This might go some way to improving it.

By Elephant

@Cal. Who’s ‘we’? I like to think I’m not so relativist to think any development is automatically good. Good development yes, mediocre – not really!

PS This is okay as a design but nothing special.


Considering this is a gateway scheme, it is really poor quality. We should insist on better for Manchester!

By 1981

A lot of poor développements in Manchester. And what’s that grey and white building just behind? What rubbish. Manchester must do better than this. Is there a Committee that supervizes all these developments?

By Mike

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