Located on a site of historical importance for the residents of Salford - the Battle of Bexley Square which took place in October 1931, the former magistrates’ court and town hall is to be converted into 122 studios, aiming to breathe life into the derelict building once again.
As part of the refurbishment, the building will retain many of its original features, including the original brick and stone facades, listed gates, the existing feature staircases and mosaic entrance floor.
Located in an area of intense regeneration along the Chapel Street corridor, residents will benefit from a wealth of future amenities, including new leisure and entertainment facilities and an Italian-style piazza.
More than £10m of investment has been secured by the North West Development Agency for the regeneration project, and work is already underway in the form of extensive traffic calming measures, widened pavements and new paving and lighting along the length of the corridor.
Launched in July 2013 by Knight Knox International, there are only a couple of apartments left in this development and construction is due to start before the end of March 2014.
Following on from the success of previously completed developments like X1 Arndale House and X1 Salford Quays (Phase 1), X1 Town Hall is certain to provide a high standard of accommodation for the residents of
There are a few units remaining in this development, but investors are advised to act quickly as interest is extremely high. Contact a Knight Knox consultant today on 0161 772 1370 to reserve an apartment.