X1 Manchester Waters is a high-end residential project with over 500 stunning apartments spread across five development phases. Manchester Waters offers tenants a waterfront living experience, stunning balcony views, and plenty of onsite facilities. The development is now in its final phase, with the last block released for investors to purchase so if you’re interested, you’ll need to move quick.
Towers A and B are fully complete and operational; Block D is the most recent addition to the market and is the tower where you can secure a 6% net assured return for 5 years.
The development is now in its final stages, with the last block available for purchase by investors, so if you're interested, you'll need to act quickly.
X1 Manchester Waters is located on a stretch of land west of the city centre that stands between the Bridgewater Canal and the Manchester Ship Canal, straddling Salford Quays, and vital portions of Manchester, making the development an unexplored central location.
The property offers a lakeside lifestyle, breathtaking balcony views, and a variety of onsite amenities to renters, while also being conveniently adjacent to MUFC Old Trafford and has its own Metrolink Station, providing easy access to Manchester's trendiest bars, restaurants, and shops.
Waterfront Living in Manchester
X1 Manchester Waters is part of Peel L&P’s larger Strategic Waters initiative, aiming to regenerate and completely transform industrial areas around the UK into stunning, waterfront residential blocks. The purpose is to create incredible developments that encourage a real sense of community.
Manchester's Market Performance
Manchester is one of the most attractive residential investment markets in the UK.
The city’s exceptional performance is driven by demand, which is supported by transport links, major employers, educational institutions, a desirable and lively social scene, and the significant public and private investment in the region.
According to Hometrack, even throughout 2020 Manchester’s property market has continued to grow at a rate of 4-5% per annum on average, some of the most attractive rates seen across the entire country.