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The Forum offers thoughtfully crafted boutique residences that connect you to both nature and the city. Embrace city living in a quiet residential oasis with easy access to Ancoats and Northern Quarter neighbourhoods. The scheme has been designed to be a contemporary, design-led urban home, influenced by the heritage of the local theatre.

Featuring creative twists across 90 apartments, with additional residents' lounge, communal gardens, bike storage and car parking all within the heart of Manchester’s Victoria North District. The scheme is truly perfect for young professionals and families alike.

Every residence at The Forum features a vast living-and-dining room that opens onto floor-to-ceiling windows & Juliet or private balconies overlooking the city. The modernist interior creates an unpretentious, restrained and timeless space to live, demonstrating a harmony of finishes bringing together bespoke cabinetry and matt countertops that glow softly in all spaces.

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Attractive Manchester location

Communal green spaces

Experienced developer

Due for completion by Q4 2024

connectivity and transportation

Connectivity & Transport

The Forum boasts views of Collyhurst Park and the two communal gardens to the rear of the building. To the southwest of the building, a communal outdoor space is located on the roof of the car park below. Access is via the residents' lounge, maintaining a sense of shared privacy for the community within the building.

Scattered with fixed seating and the introduction of shrubs, grasses and trees, the space will provide year-round greenery. The five townhouses also have access to private gardens along the rear of the building.

  • Ancoats - 5 mins walk
  • Northern Quarter - 10 mins walk
  • New Cross - 10 mins walk
  • Piccadilly Gardens - 15 mins walk
  • Manchester Airport - 24 mins drive
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Employment & Education

Over 140,000 people work in Manchester City Centre, and that figure is growing year after year. This, along with the largest student population in Europe, with 70% of students retained post-graduation in the city, adds to the ever-growing demand for high-quality rental accommodation.

  • 2.75 million people live in Greater Manchester
  • 2,300 BBC employees at Media City
  • 70% of students are retained and stay in Manchester – the highest UK rate surpassing London for the first time
  • Worldwide renowned universities
  • Two of the five largest universities in the UK are in Manchester
  • 55,000 new jobs to be created in the city by 2025


The Forum has been designed to respond to the ongoing changes of modern life, with a range of private and communal workspaces with ultrafast connectivity within the building. The lounge is also designed to become a place to meet and socialise and act as the primary entrance to the building. From the lounge, it will be possible to access the communal garden creating the hub of the building and helping to foster a sense of community.

  • Views of the city and green spaces
  • Cultural hotspots on the doorstep
  • Parking and bicycle spaces
  • Home working areas
  • Ultrafast broadband
  • Residents' lounge and communal spaces

Property Location

Oldham Road
Manchester, M40

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Manchester is a city with many impressive statistics to its name. It was the world’s first industrialised city, home to the first public library and the birthplace of the first computer. It has the world’s oldest railway station and the oldest professional football league. It is also where scientists first split the atom and has been home to more than 25 Nobel Prize winners. We offer some of the very best investment properties in Manchester.

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55,000 | Job Creation

There will be 55,000 new jobs created in the city by 2025


£7.5bn | Growing Tourism

The tourism economy is worth £7.5billion and growing


£1bn | Salford Quays

£1billion is being invested in Salford Quays creating rental demand


140,000 | Population Growth

140,000 people currently work in the city centre


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