Waterfront Apartments – Salford
The location of these Salford waterfront apartments is simply unrivalled. Upon completion of phase 1 in August 2016, the boutique apartments will be on the doorstep of the newly transformed Chapel Street corridor, as well as only a fifteen minute walk from the city centre.
This development features all the facilities needed for modern 21st century living. Both bicycle storage and selected car parking spaces allow for residents to traverse both the city and local countryside easily. The onsite gym offers a modern luxurious convenience for all residents to enjoy. Adelphi Wharf also features beautifully landscaped gardens for residents to relax and admire the scenery.
- Prices from £114,995
- 6% Net Rental Return
- Salford City Centre
- Part of the Chapel Street Regeneration Project
- Managed by Fortis Lettings
- Beautifully Designed En-Suite Apartments
- Secure Bicycle Storage & Private Parking Available
- Onsite Gymnasium
- Landscaped Gardens
Situated overlooking the iconic River Irwell and enjoying an abundance of rural areas, this development is truly a rustic retreat. However, despite its picturesque surroundings, Adelphi Wharf also benefits from its cosmopolitan location in the midst of the thriving city of Salford.
Located on Adelphi Street, Adelphi Wharf is just a stone’s throw away from Chapel Street, a central corridor linking Salford to the neighbouring city of Manchester.
With local amenities easily accessible by foot, residents are also free to explore the immediate area with ease thanks to excellent transport links in and around the area.
Also, access to prime transportation links mean that residents of Adelphi Wharf are easily connected to almost anywhere within Greater Manchester’s ten boroughs thanks to the Metro link system, the UK’s largest light rail tram system that has 92 stops along 57 miles in and around the city.
Chapel Street Regeneration Project
The transformation of Chapel Street has already begun with a series of high quality public realm improvements that have expanded the footpaths, creating tree-lined boulevards and public squares to give the area a real community feel. The addition of 20mph speed limits has changed this street from a traffic choked highway to an attractive city high street, creating the perfect environment for investment.
Supported by Salford Central Station and Salford Crescent Rail Station, it is well connected to the regional and national rail network. The realisation of the Ordsall Chord project as part of the wider Northern Hub project being led by Network Rail will enhance services at Salford Central Station and enable direct journeys between Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria stations. There are also excellent walking and cycling routes throughout the area and good connections to other parts of the city, including MediaCityUK via Irwell River Park.