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St. John’s is a new community nestled in the heart of Manchester City Centre. Cradled between Quay Street and Liverpool Road, the new neighbourhood benefits from easy access to the River Irwell, perfect for those who love long evening walks along a calm stream. The prime location puts St. John’s residents in the middle of the city’s buzz. The streets bustle with high-end restaurants, hip bars, and cosy cafés. Furthermore, the area is home to a collection of iconic venues and cultural landmarks, including the Science and Industry Museum, Opera House Manchester, and People's History Museum.
If you are tired of the hustle and bustle, you can soak up the peace and quiet of Saint John's Gardens, a nearby park perched on the site of a former church. In addition, the city centre is streaked with a beautiful canal system that lets you explore Manchester’s unique charm and architecture. For those who are into history, there is Castlefield Urban Heritage Park a stone’s throw away from St. John’s. The park accommodates a wide array of historical sites, including a Roman fort.
Apart from myriads of various amenities and facilities, the city centre provides excellent transport links. Residents of St. John’s benefit from easy access to Metrolink and railway services. There is a collection of tram stops within walking distance of the neighbourhood in addition to all major train stations, such as Manchester Victoria and Manchester Piccadilly.
St. John’s is a new project that includes 3 clusters: Enterprise, Culture, and Living. Home to media, tech, and modern businesses as well as an arts venue and a residential complex, the new neighbourhood is spread across 13 blocks. The project includes a unique collection of period properties and new builds that create a charming architectural mix. The centrepiece of St. John’s is a couple of sleek modern towers that make a distinctive addition to Manchester’s skyline, soaring up amidst the mid-rise development. Enterprise City is peppered with tech-driven and creative buildings.
St. John’s is a sustainable and liveable city centre neighbourhood that makes sure that residents have everything needed within their small community, providing new places to live, work, and socialize. Creating a self-sufficient ecosystem, the new complex ensures that there are work, enterprise, retail, education, leisure, and cultural facilities within walking distance. The Enterprise part of the neighbourhood is home to a plethora of different businesses, including world-leading technology companies, highly creative start-ups, and media production studios, such as Booking.com, WPP, Soho House, and the Farm. As for cultural facilities, St. John’s offers the Factory, an arts and performance venue that will be the new home of the Manchester International Festival as well as a stage for numerous exhibitions, multimedia performances, and epic installations.
St. John’s provides its residents with smart, contemporary, and tech-enabled city living in a new co-living complex with over 620 units. Vita Living includes a collection of top-notch apartments, spread across two riverside towers. Providing well-thought-out spaces to relax, dine, socialise, and co-work, the homes are so much more than traditional apartments. Vita Living has been centred around flexibility and offers various tenancy lengths for maximum convenience.
St. John’s is a project of Allied London, an award-winning property development company founded in 1909. With its headquarters in London, the developer boasts a vast portfolio of landmark projects across the capital, Manchester, and Leeds. Allied London has a proven track record in creating residential, office, retail, and leisure schemes. The company’s expertise ranges from re-use to regeneration development.
For more detailed information on St. John’s or Allied London, please refer to the official website of the developer.