”We heard rumblings about Carillion early doors, and put together a ‘what if’ plan”
This month the first home viewings are taking place at Angel Gardens, a 35-storey tower in the key Manchester regeneration district of Noma. The tower, which officially launches this autumn, will make a significant contribution to the city’s private rental offer with its 466 apartments.
The scheme is a flagship project for Moda Living, the build to rent business formed by Wetherby-based developer and contractor Caddick Group. Moda has set its sights on delivering large scale and often high-rise city developments, which it plans to retain in part-ownership. Its ambition has been matched by big investment, from its joint venture partner, Apache Capital, as well as from Chicago investment house Harrison Street Real Estate Capital and the National Farmers Union Mutual.
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