Mason Street residents can take advantage of the developments enviable position in the heart of Manchester’s city centre Ancoats area, on the doorstep of two other popular districts N.O.M.A and the Northern Quarter.
The area is proving to be very popular amongst young professionals moving to Manchester. In the past few years, the area has undergone an awakening after being left dormant for a long while after industrious activity.
Now, old mills are becoming rejuvenated by indie cafes, restaurants and bars, creating a modern inner-city suburb, poised to become an epicentre for eclectic culture. Mason Street celebrates the jumbled character and historic context of Ancoats while creating a modern place for living.
The scheme strips back the building to some of its original features including exposed brickwork as well as four metre tall ceiling heights. The development also features indoor private gardens and mezzanine level bedrooms.