New Plans Launched for Adelphi Wharf Scheme ; Second Phase Will Comprise 163 of the Salford Scheme's Total 593 Units

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New Plans Launched for Adelphi Wharf Scheme ; Second Phase Will Comprise 163 of the Salford Scheme's Total 593 Units


Shelina Begum Shelina Begum_, Manchester Evening News


PLANS for the second phase of the luxury Salford-based residential scheme, Adelphi Wharf, have been launched.

The scheme, by property investment firm Knight Knox and Fortis Developments, will be completed over three phases and is based on Adelphi Street on the bank of the River Irwell within walking distance of Manchester city centre.

Phase one of the Pounds 75m scheme is now sold out.

The second phase includes 163 of the scheme's total 593 units.

Construction is already underway, with completion expected in the third quarter of 2017.

Amenities for the 450,000 sq ft development are set to include secure bicycle storage, an on-site gymnasium, concierge reception area and landscaped gardens.

And secure underground parking will also be available.

Michael Fenlon, sales director at Knight Knox, said he was delighted to be launching plans for the next phase of the scheme.

He said: "The last 12 months have witnessed significant investment into Salford's regeneration and the city's development doesn't show signs of slowing down throughout 2016.

"We're thrilled to be launching the second phase of this high- quality residential property. …

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