Logik has announced its debut development in Manchester with plans unveiled for a 400 bed apartment scheme in Manchester’s Castlefield District.
Combining with renowned architects SimpsonHaugh, the designs for the project will provide a high quality mixed-used space for the city’s fast-growing southern gateway. Deloitte are acting as planning consultants on the project.
Manchester’s Development Plan forecasts that an additional 60,000 new homes are expected to be required by 2027. Against this context, Logik is looking to redevelop the site of the old DOT Motorcycle building on Arundel Street with a strong commitment to delivering a high quality residential-led scheme which will contribute positively to the growing economic and population demands in Manchester.
Logik Managing Director Neil Spencer commented: “Manchester is undoubtedly one of the most attractive destinations in the UK with the Castlefield area in particular on an exciting regeneration journey which we are proud to be a part of.
“Our aim is to contribute towards the supply of good quality, well managed new homes, which are needed to support sustainable growth in the city. We are working with some of the best in the business to deliver the Arundel Street development and look forward to updating further as the scheme progresses.”