The Warehouse at the Dye Works is an off-plan 9-storey residential development in Salford, Manchester on the River Irwell waterfront. This development offers luxury, 1,2 and 3-bed apartments within easy commuting distance of numerous attractions and amenities around Salford and in the Manchester City Center.
Slated for completion in Q1, 2020, the Warehouse at The Dye Works offers on-site amenities such as a gymnasium and communal lounges that provide adaptable contemporary spaces, be it for watching movies, gaming or social gatherings. Landscaped rooftop gardens allow residents to relax overlooking the River Irwell and enjoy their own private outside space away from the bustle of modern city life.
The location of the development makes for easy accessibility via bicycle, train and car to schools, shopping centres, entertainment hotspots, parks, galleries, arenas among a host of other amenities that are essential to city living.
The development offers 96 on-site bicycle storage spaces, alongside car parking spaces. As with other modern residential developments, this building caters to the cyclist as cycling is becoming more popular with city dwellers. Cycling is cheaper, healthier and generally better for both the individual and the city collective.
The Best of Manchester within Easy Cycle Distance
The Salford Quays is a 6-minute cycle distance away. You can reach this destination via Ordsall Lane, or W Park Street that will take you by Ordsall Park for a scenic ride. Or you can opt for the longer 9-minute ride on route A5066/Ordsall lane right down by the water along the River Irwell.
Within the vicinity of the Quays is The Lowry — the renown theatre and gallery centre with ongoing exhibitions and theatrical performances all year round.
MediaCity UK, a major attraction in the Greater Manchester area, is only 5 cycle minutes farther ahead of the Quays, and a total of 11 minutes from the warehouse.
Deansgate – The iconic thoroughfare is a 10-minute cycle via Chester Road and the A56.
Castlefield Gallery – A brisk 6-minute cycle from the Warehouse has featured work from Turner Prize winners and hosts local, national and international artists at different stages of their careers. Though a small gallery, it is a very influential one.
The Whitworth Gallery – recently underwent a £15m redevelopment and won the 2016 Visit England Large Visitor Attraction prize and is renown for contemporary art and outdoors sculpture. It is a 14-minute cycle distance from the Warehouse
Schools And Universities
There are numerous learning institutions in easy access of the Warehouse whether walking or cycling.
- Primrose Hill Primary School – 0.6 mi – 3 min cycle
- St. Joseph’s RC Primary School – 0.8 mi -4 min cycle
- Old Trafford Community Academy – 1.4 mi – 8 min Cycle
- The Manchester College – 1.4 mi – 8 min Cycle
- Salford University – 1.4 mi – 8 min Cycle
- Manchester Metropolitan University – 1.7 mi – 9 min cycle
- The University of Manchester – 1.8 mi – 11 min cycle
Connect to Other Transport Links
You can choose a part-cycle commute to access the Manchester City Center and beyond for work or leisure. By cycling to a rail station, you get the benefits of exercise and save on transportation costs. Stations like Deansgate now offer cycle storage for the cyclist’s convenience.
- Cornbrook Light Rail Station – Under a mile and a 5-minute cycle ride away.
- Deansgate Train Station – Whitworth Street – 7-minute cycle distance along the A56. Has six bicycle storage stands with CCTV coverage.
- Salford Central – 7-minute cycle distance along Islington Way and Chapel Street. Secured cycle parking provided at the Salford Central Cycle Hub facility.
The Warehouse is Cycle-Accessible
The Greater Manchester area is continuously looking into ways in which they can improve the cycling experience for their cyclists. Like other cities and urban areas, Manchester is coming to the realization that cycling benefits cities a great deal in terms of lowering congestion, noise pollution, air pollution, and stress levels to city dwellers. The Warehouse at the Dye Works
Is in a prime position to take advantage of the numerous cycle-distant accessible amenities and attractions that Manchester has to offer.
Manchester as an Investment Destination
Manchester has been ranked as one of the UK’s Top Ten Investment Spots and is a thriving economic hub. This makes it attractive to investors because of the vigorous rental market, with a projection for continued demand for rental residential properties. It is estimated that there will be 55,000 new jobs created in Manchester by the year 2025. This indicates an inflow of quality tenants who will be in need of homes to live in.