The apartments are being sold by Knight Knox, while Fortis Developments is the developer, in association with Elite City Living. The scheme will be let by Fortis Lettings and Management and block managed by Fortis Estate Management.
The scheme, which is within walking distance of Manchester city centre, is set to include secure bicycle storage, an on-site gymnasium (located in Phase 1 and available to all residents), a concierge reception area and landscaped gardens. Secure underground parking will also be available.
Andy Phillips, commercial director at Knight Knox, said: “Investment activity is booming across the North West at the moment, particularly around the Salford area – and the city’s regeneration shows no sign of slowing down this year.
“Adelphi Wharf not only offers a particularly good opportunity for investors looking to reap high yields, but will also provide luxury housing to the influx of people moving to Salford as the Northern Powerhouse continues to thrive.”
Knight Knox and Fortis Developments recently conducted an art competition, inviting local school children to produce artwork under the title ‘What Salford means to me’. The winning entry, created by Nicole Blecharz from St Thomas of Canterbury Primary School, will be installed in the lobby of Adelphi Wharf.
Kieran Moore, director of Fortis Developments, said: “It’s no surprise that the first two phases of Adelphi Wharf have been snapped up, with its striking and modern design that complements the riverside surroundings.
“We’re thrilled to launch the third phase with Knight Knox and have every confidence that it’ll follow the success of the previous two.”
Apartments in Phase 3 start at £119,995. Click here for more information.