A converted warehouse, two rows of new town houses and apartments with their own front door. This intimate development will have just 32 properties set around its own landscaped courtyard.
Services Provided: From initial planning through to completion Pearce Electrical carried out full design package and delivered this award-winning project on time and on budget
Conversion: 4-character apartments, each one different, and a penthouse that spans the top floor with feature beam trusses.
Town houses: 7 new houses, some with two bedrooms, some with three. All with garages and internal balconies.
Apartments: 20 apartments in two new buildings that mirror the original warehouse with big windows and tall ceilings. They have views both on to the street and onto the courtyard and their own front door off private walkways.
Pearce Electrical UK ltd are proud to have played a major part in the delivery of this unique but challenging award-winning project
Warehaus Ancoats, on Radium Street, is a scheme of 32 properties, designed for people wanting to buy-to-live rather than buy-to-let in the city centre.
And with competition for homes in the city centre at record levels, developer, McCauls, says that buy-to-let investment is not welcome.
Used most recently as a storage unit, Warehaus Ancoats is being transformed into five modern, loft-style apartments.
Two further blocks are being built on either side of it bordering George Leigh Street and Silk Street.
These newer builds will be made up of 20 apartments and seven townhouses right in the heart of the trendy neighbourhood.
In the early 1900s it was the base for J & T Thorp – manufacturers of solid wooden toys that were dispatched across the continent.
Before WWI, Radium Street was known as German Street – hence the name of the warehouse.