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Historic MCR meets Modern NYC
You can really feel the history in the walls here.
eautifully preserved from its 18th-century origins, the former Cooperative Printing Room is a true Manchester landmark.
A key part of the city’s history, this Grade II-listed building is now reborn as The Press. Comprising sixty-six New York-style apartments and townhouses, The Press blends thoughtful design and premium materials with a wealth of gorgeous original features. You can really feel the history in the walls here. How many apartment buildings can you say that about?
A City’s Story
The city that produced the Suffragettes, the world’s fIrst computer, the UK’s biggest university and Factory Records.
magine living in the building that made Manchester great.
Before the Co-operative Printing Room opened its gates in 1863, poverty and illiteracy went hand-in-hand in Manchester – and both were rampant. But the city’s first printing presses gave locals access to all manner of affordable reading material – including newspapers. Literacy levels skyrocketed. This was the beginning of the tuned-in, whip-smart Manchester that would shake the decades to come. The city that produced the Suffragettes, the world’s first computer, the UK’s biggest university and Factory Records.
ooking to make the most of life in Manchester? You couldn’t be better placed than at The Press. With the city centre right on your doorstep, there’s a dazzling array of options out there – whether you’re a foodie, a fashionista, a clubber or a culture vulture.
7 Football Museum
From acclaimed arts-centre HOME to the hip drinking spots of Ancoats; from the luxe glitz of Spinningfields to the boho shopping of the Northern Quarter – you’ll never be short of cool new things to do.
5 Manchester Arndale
And if you need a break from all that big-city buzz, the gorgeous Angel Meadows – central Manchester’s largest green space – is just around the corner.
10 Piccadilly Gardens
walk to NOMA
Oxford Rd Station
10. Piccadilly Gardens
11. Piccadilluy Station
12. China Town
The Lowry Hotel
13. The Midland Hotel
14. The Hilton Hotel
minutes’ walk to Manchester Victoria station
minutes’ walk to Chinatown
minutes’ walk to Selfridges
7minutes’ walk to Northern Quarter
GRAND YET WELCOMING, THE ATRIUM MAKES A BIG IMPRESSION.jj
ew buildings in Manchester are as storied as The Press. So when we converted this Grade II-listed building into homes, we sought to preserve as many of its original features as possible.
As a result, each apartment and townhouse within The Press is rich with evocative 18thcentury details. These are complemented by understated new fixtures and fittings that really let the history shine through. This is past and present in happy harmony.
This stripped-back aesthetic also offers an ideal canvas upon which your personal style can be expressed. Whether you prefer cosily cluttered or modern and minimal, your home at The Press is ready to be made your own.
Kitchen / dining
2 BED APARTMENT
3 BED TOWNHOUSE
TYPICAL 2-BED APARTMENT IN 1870's BUILDING APT 28 - 65.1m² (701 sq.ft)
1-BED APARTMENT BUILDING 52.5m² (565 sq.ft)
3-BED TOWNHOUSE IN 1850's COTTAGE TH4 - 102.1m² (1100 sq.ft)
1 BED APARTMENT
BED 3 LIVING
KITCHEN LOWER LEVEL BED 2 BATHROOM
KITCHEN KITCHEN E/S
BED 1 LIVING BATHROOM
BED 2 BED 1 UPPER LEVEL
HIGHLIGHTS Manchester’s Capital Growth Projection 2019: 3.5% 2020: 4.0% 2021: 4.5%
he birthplace of the industrial revolution, Manchester has undergone a dramatic reinvention since the turn of the millennium.
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Heavy investment – private and public, domestic and international – has turbocharged the city’s economic vitality, cementing its status as a world-class business and investment location. The ten local authorities that make up Greater Manchester represent the largest functional economic area outside of London. The booming city also boasts the biggest UK office market – and the largest Chinatown – outside of the capital.
largest UK universities are based in Manchester 14
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Salboy Limited is a privately-owned equityinvestment and property-development company. It is owned and managed by Simon Ismail, alongside Fred Done, the owner of Betfred. Salboy Limited is investing extensively in Manchester’s ongoing regeneration in the wake of the UK government’s Northern Powerhouse initiative. In addition, the company funds and oversees developments throughout the UK, creating thousands of new homes each year. salboy.co.uk
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Domis Construction Limited complements Salboy Limited’s innovative approach by providing an array of in-house services. This ensures a flexible build process while maintaining the highest construction standards and a premium quality-of-finish. Domis provides unparalleled construction expertise and is achieving new service standards across the development market. With more than 10,000 units built and a combined experience of over 100 years, the principles of Domis possess all the skills required to deliver luxury residential developments such as The Press. domispropertygroup.co.uk
Salboy Limited’s current schemes include: Local Blackfriars, Salford local crescent, salford Astley Point, Wigan CITU NQ, Manchester 2 St.Peter’s Sq, Manchester Carlton Gate, Putney
Following decades of highly successful work within the UK property market, the Parklane Group has now turned its sights onto the private rental sector with Homezzz. With more UK people predicted to rent rather than own their homes by 2035, it’s a sector destined to become central to both the British population and to property investors across the globe. Homezzz is focused on developing real estate purely for the investor market. With the team’s extensive experience in building, letting and managing, Homezzz is set to transform the UK private rental sector, delivering outstanding returns for investors. MISREPRESENTATION ACT 1967. Salboy International for themselves and for the vendors or lessors of these properties whose agents they are, give notice that: i) The particulars are set out as a general outline only for the guidance of intending purchasers or lessees and do not constitute, nor constitute part of an offer or contract. ii) All descriptions, references to condition and necessary permission. Designed by 90degrees. January 2019. Tel 0161 833 1890
Terms of Payment:
Naples Street Properties Ltd. Unit 3, Birchwood One Business Park, Dewhurst Road, Warrington, WA3 7GB.
£2,000 to hold. 20% deposit on exchange of contracts (within 21 days). Balance on Practical Completion.
If using the recommended solicitor fees will be £1250+VAT and disbursements payable upon exchange.
Manchester City Council
1. Passport or identification card.
2. A current utility bill (not mobile phone) or bank statement showing name and home address to be no older than three months.
BLM Law King’s House 42 King Street West Manchester M3 2NU
Building Insurance: Covered by Service Charge
Please be advised that the solicitors must have the signed and certified original copies of the above. If the purchase is being made in a company name then the following documentation must be provided:
a. A copy of the Certificate of Incorporation and Memorandum of Articles and Association.
b. Evidence of the company’s registered address.
Approximately £2.45 psf
Council Tax: TBC
Ground Rent: £270 per annum ground rent charge, subjected to RPI.
c. Register of directors and shareholders. d. Individual photo identification and address identification for directors and shareholders. e. Shareholders certificate.
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