Developer Renaker has released details of plans to build four new high-rise buildings on wasteland in Manchester city center.
The developer is proposing to build up to 2,000 homes on the Trinity Islands site in four new towers designed by local SimpsonHaugh office.
The towers range from 39 to 60 stories and offer a range of one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments.
The zoning plans in Water Street and St. John’s Strategic Regeneration Framework Area are part of a broader land regeneration initiative along the Irwell River to the west of the city center.
Renaker bought the 4.4 acre property in 2018 from developer Allied London. The project will include two pairs of high-rise buildings divided by the inner ring road.
The developer has given people until August 26th to comment on the suggestions. A building application should then be submitted in autumn.
Renaker was founded in 2006 and currently has around 2,900 homes under construction. It is focused on high-rise developments in and around Manchester city center and is behind several projects including the development of Deansgate Square with four towers.