Creating a community with new homes for all sorts of families

Delivered by
Waterside Places
Location
Manchester
Use
Residential / Affordable / Homes

Life on the waterside

Islington Wharf is a true community of homes for all kinds of people, in a beautiful waterside location on the Ashton Canal.

There are a mix of apartments and townhouses ranging from one to four beds, all with access to the outdoors with private or communal gardens, balconies and a gorgeous waterside location.

"One of the UK's coolest places to live"

Part of New Islington – recently voted one of the UK’s coolest places to live, and a short walk from Piccadilly Station it’s a great location, with an Ofsted Outstanding school, health centre and all of Manchester city centre on the doorstep.

The new community of Islington Wharf has been delivered in phases over several years. The next and final set of homes will be delivered by Clarion, the UK’s largest housing association, bringing 106 new homes (50% affordable offered with shared ownership) with ground floor commercial and public realm added to the mix.

In numbers

£million

Value

sq ft

ground floor uses

+

New homes

Phases

Partners

Islington Wharf has been delivered by Waterside Places, our long-term, strategic partnership with Canal and River Trust.

Our Partners

Location

Islington Wharf, Manchester

153 Great Ancoats St
Manchester
M4 6DN
UK
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