Caxton Hall was built in 1904 for the Typographical Society of Manchester and has served as a commercial building ever since. The developer has been granted planning permission to redevelop the building into 23 residential apartments whilst retaining its period features and visual charm.
The development represents a unique opportunity to invest in Manchester’s growing rental market which offers the highest property investment yields in the UK (HSBC - 2016). Average investment yields in Manchester are 55% higher than London and average property prices are increasing yearon-year.
The apartments at Caxton Hall will offer a high-quality specification for discerning tenants & residents along with monitored CCTV surveillance and intercom entryphone system.