Soulful meets sustainable in Manchester

Soulful meets sustainable in Manchester


Lendlease’s new waterside development in Manchester, Potato Wharf, has been featured in a Daily Telegraph article about the city’s booming property market.

Reporter Liz Rowlinson describes how neighbourhoods across Manchester are springing back to life as historic buildings are converted into stylish homes and new developments bring a thoroughly modern vibe to urban living.

Potato Wharf is a collection of contemporary 1 and 2-bedroom canal-side apartments in Castlefield, each with its own private terrace, balcony or Juliet balcony.

Just a short walk from Manchester’s ‘always on’ city centre, it blends the best of metropolitan life with open green spaces and great views of the waterway.

It has also been designed with sustainability in mind, and includes electric vehicle charging points, dedicated cycle space for each home, and biodiverse green roofs.

Potato Wharf is one of the latest Lendlease developments created with communities at the front of mind – a place that is both highly liveable and sustainable, for now and the future.

To read the Telegraph article – including an interview with a 26-year-old product manager who has just bought his first flat at Potato Wharf – click here.

For more information on Potato Wharf, click here.

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