The Crown is set to create a new image for Manchester. Located at the gateway of the city centre, its 52-storey tower imposes upon the skyline of the city, offering breathtaking views from spacious apartments.
The Crown is situated close to the city’s key economic hubs and vibrant leisure attractions, with easy access to transport links. Deansgate Railway Station is just 5 minutes by foot, while Spinningfields, Manchester’s central financial district, is a 14-minute walk away. By car, MediaCityUK is 7 minutes away, while Manchester International Airport takes 16 minutes.
Residents will find a gym, residents’ lounge, co-working space and communal hub, and one of the highest swimming pools in Western Europe on its 44th floor. Restaurants, cafes and a selection of retail can also be found on the ground floor.
1-3 bedroom apartments
44th floor swimming pool and garden, gym, residents lounge, co-working space and communal hub
Podium-level retail space
Car parking space available
No. 1 prospect for residential price growth (JLL)
Highest retention rate of students after London (JLL)
7% gross annual yield*
5-min walk to Deansgate Station
14-min walk to Spinningfields, Manchester’s central financial district
6-min drive to Old Trafford, home of Manchester United
7-min drive to MediaCityUK
16-min drive to Manchester International Airport
Prices from £240K
As the birthplace of the Industrial Revolution and modern age civilization, Manchester is world-famous for historical events, ground-breaking inventions and legendary football teams and musicians. A thriving hub of professional financial and media-based industries, the city has one of the fastest-growing economies in the UK.
Data from Hometrack (June 2018) shows Manchester is England’s top performing city for house price growth, while Savills identifies Manchester as the top places for buy-to-let investors, with the highest comparative returns.
As a core city of Northern Powerhouse, Manchester is one of the major beneficiaries of the UK Government’s masterplan to boost the economy. The City is evolving rapidly, with development bringing in new business districts and residential areas.
Manchester is home to one of the UK’s most undersupplied rental markets and a rapidly expanding young population — and demand for property continues to rise.