Case Study

Johnson’s Square

A sympathetic restoration of a distinctive Victorian building close to Manchester city centre

From £98,100

  • Invest from as little as £103,495 (cash price)
  • Average 6% predicted yield on valuation price
  • Less than a mile from Manchester city centre


M40 7PS


Q4 2019 completion estimate


250 year leasehold


Estimated net yields of 6% on valuation price


1 & 2 bedroom apartments


Often referred to as the “spearhead of the Northern Powerhouse”, Manchester is a diverse, iconic and progressive city that has seen major transformation over the past decade, and continues to evolve into one of the country’s most exciting and thriving areas. It is part of the UK’s second most populated urban area, and is also the third most visited city in the UK after London and Edinburgh. Manchester has consistently been one of the country’s top performers when it comes to house price growth, investment opportunities and rental yields, and has been rated the best place in the country to be a landlord. Johnson’s Square is just outside the city centre with a direct tram route into Manchester, ideally located within the Northern Gateway regeneration project, which will see £1bn injected into the area over the next 20 years.

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