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Property round-up: Aspen Woolf

Property investment firm, Aspen Woolf, has announced that Mariners Wharf, the new luxury apartment complex set to be built at Salford Quays and open in 2024, is now open for reservations to future residents.

The new 158 luxury apartment complex will offer “picturesque views of the Salford waterfront, complete with a rooftop garden” and the apartments will be an ideal home for those looking to live close to Manchester city centre, Salford Quays, and the vibrant MediaCity.

Mariners Wharf is the new buy-to-let development to be situated along the Salford Quayside, which has become a dream location for young professionals. The apartments will be a short walk from hundreds of restaurants, shops, bars, and public transport options in and out of Manchester.

The apartments will be in walking distance to the iconic MediaCity, the quayside development park home to the Quayside Lifestyle Retail Outlet, Imperial War Museum North, BBC, and ITV Studios, the Lowry Theatre and Gallery and a wide range of waterside activities.

Mariners Wharf will offer private rooftop garden for residents, an on-site gym, concierge service, secure cycle storage, and car parking facilities, including electric charging points.

Developer, Fortis Group, says many of the uniquely-styled features of the one-, two- and three-bed apartments available at Mariners Wharf are being designed in response to the new post-pandemic world. After a year locked inside, many people are now looking for property with outside space and features that offer the ultimate luxury when working from home. It says Mariners Wharf could prove an outstanding opportunity for buy-to-let investors. Property prices in Salford are expected to enjoy a 30.5% increase in the next four years.

Russell Midgley, director at Aspen Woolf, said: “Mariners Wharf offers one of the last true quayside opportunities in Salford. Property at this growing iconic Manchester location is becoming harder to find. Greater Manchester has become one of the hottest property markets in the UK, experiencing a staggering 47.6% increase in price value over the last five years alone.”