Salboy and Forshaw are Changing the Face of Piccadilly East with Victoria House

Sep 6, 2022

Piccadilly East is fast becoming a distinct neighborhood that has seen several projects accompanied by the creation of new public parks and green spaces as part of its regeneration scheme – a programme capable of impacting the city’s growth and the UK economy.

Specifically, Manchester Piccadilly Regeneration is proposed to provide 13,000 new apartments, 40,000 new jobs and lots of new commercial development. The neighbourhood is a famous historical industrial quarter, but now acts as a vital creative hub leading the way in technology startups.

Ferrous, The Castings and Victoria House are among the projects that sit within the Piccadilly HS2 Strategic Regeneration Framework and Portugal Street East SRF area. This is a pointer that Piccadilly East is on its way to modern redevelopment.


Victoria House – A Planned Home Away From Home

This planned 25-storey edifice spanning approximately 127metres is designed by Award-winning architects Simpson Haugh and under joint development by Salboy and Forshaw – developers who take every care in making projects of the highest specification. They are known for their track record for delivering 2,500 quality properties in 18 months.

The stunning 177 premium 1, 2 and 3 bedroom apartments in the heart of East of Piccadilly will have an immaculate finish throughout. Its state-of-the-art gymnasium will be elegant, with a great impression of light and space.

Victoria House is in the heart of Piccadilly Central / East District and adjacent to the popular Ancoats and New Islington neighbourhoods. The building will uniquely transform the neighbourhood with stylish brickwork / external facades in keeping with the local history.

Shares the same neighbourhood with The Leonardo Hotel – a 13-storey building inspired by Jenga blocks Milan’s ‘vertical forest’ tower blocks designed to bring vitality back to the area.

The House is a magnificent building with stunning views of the city. The 04 / 05 units have uninterrupted views of the Deansgate city skyline south and west from flour 10 upward. The apartments are quality and have well-appointed spacious bedrooms.

This property offers a majestic volume of contemporary beauty, affordability and mortgage with a relatively low price per square ft. It is built to modern fire standards with all EWS 1 plans in place.

Victoria House has a warranty of 10year standard new homes, a picturesque community park on the ground level of the building, and ground-level retail space and potential food and beverage space.

Victoria House is located in UK’s No. 1 investment region historically known for housing deficit, rising property prices and enticing rental yields. Savills recent forecast predicts 24.1% capital growth over the next 5 years.

Ideal for postgraduates, business owners and fashionable young tech professionals. Being part of the Piccadilly HS2 strategic regeneration scheme, and proximity to transport links make it a must-buy for those envisioning a beautiful lifestyle in green and stress-free environment.

You can get detail of the amazing and flexible payment structure when you contact us. We can even send a brochure on request. Our team is available to respond to your enquiries.




Capital & Centric (2021, October 27). Capital & Centric reveals plans for Piccadilly neighbourhood.

Manchester City Council (n.d). City centre regeneration area. Piccadilly.

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