No.1 Old Trafford @ Manchester

No.1 Old Trafford @ Manchester


No 1 Old Trafford

Enjoy expansive views of Manchester and access to extensive transport links throughout the City and beyond. London can be reached in just over 2 hours from Manchester Piccadilly and Birmingham in less than 90 minutes, Liverpool can be reached in just 33 minutes from Manchester Victoria station. A key attraction of the site is the proximity it has to the new Wharfside tram stop. This new 5.5km tramline will provide fast, regular and reliable access to Manchester’s City Centre, the Northern Quarter, Spinningfields and Deansgate shopping sectors as well as the University, entertainment and nightlife districts. Nearby Salford Quays, MediaCityUK, Trafford Centre, The Lowry Centre and Manchester United Football Club are also readily accessible and represent key locations for both professional and personal interest placing this development at the heart of the dynamic City of Manchester.

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Event: Manchester Property Exhibition – No.1 Old Trafford

Date: 16th & 17th November 2019

Time: 11am – 7pm

Venue: Bintang 6, Level 4, JW Marriot KL


The Vendor

Cole Waterhouse (TW) Limited


Wharf End Road, Old Trafford, Trafford, Manchester, UK, M16

Local Authority

Trafford Council


250 Years


Protek New Home Warranty

Est. Completion

Q2 2021

Est. Net Internal

Q2 2021

Unit Types

1, 2 & 3 Bed Apartments

Total No. of Units


Average Price P.S.F.

£378 PSF

Est. Service Charges



£20,000 / Carpark (40 parking lot available)


North – Salford Quays
East – City Centre
South – Manchester United


Block B2
1 Bed from £ 174,500
2 Bed from £ 239,000
3 Bed from £ 349,000

Est. Ground Rent Per Annum

1 Bed – £150 ; 2 Beds – £250 ; 3 Beds – £350 (0.1% Purchase Price)

Trafford Park TRAM Line

Work has already commenced on the new £350million, 6 stop metro line that will boost public transport connections to over 1,300 businesses at Trafford Park, Europe’s largest industrial estate.

The new line will also provide connections to the nearby Trafford Centre where over 8,000 people work and where on average 31 million people shop per year.

The tram will connect No.1 Old Trafford and the surrounding area to the whole of the
Greater Manchester tram network and is part of Greater Manchester’s plans to support local regeneration and economic growth whilst making travel easier. The tram will be segregated from road trafc thus providing a fast, frequent and reliable service.


Manchester’s economy has doubled in size in the last 20 years and the population has increased by 26% during the same period. Manchester’s economy is now valued at £59bn.

In the past year alone inbound tourism to Manchester increased by 10% in 2017 compared to the year before generating some £7.9bn annually for the local economy.

(Source: Manchester Marketing)

Manchester is cited as being one of the most well-connected cities in the UK. Not only is the city extremely well located for road transport, but the city also is easily reachable by train and by air.

Manchester recently topped the charts in terms of property price growth for the past two years running.

Manchester and other northern cities are set to benefit hugely from the government’s North Powerhouse project. The city is undergoing an immense transformation with investment into transport, health facilities and technology.

With a planned investment of £32m in to Old Trafford and Billions being spent on the City Centre regeneration.

Manchester has quickly become a hub for business, and over the next five years, the city is said to rival leading cities such as Tokyo, Paris, and Berlin.

Greater Manchester is home to six universities: University of Manchester, Manchester Metropolitan, University of Salford, University of Bolton, University of Law and University of Huddersfield Oldham Campus. Of the 100,000 students at these universities around 30,000 are Chinese.

Manchester was recently ranked no.1 in terms of hotel investment activity in the UK and more hotels were traded in 2017 than the past 5 years.

Manchester is a mecca for retail therapy and features two of the largest shopping centres in Europe in the Trafford Centre and the Arndale Centre.