- 12.5 acres
Waterside Mixed Use Development Site
The original ownership of the basin dates back to the 1970’s and was acquired through the takeover of the Rochdale Canal Company.
The land assembly continued into the 1980s, and following which a number of significant commercial and residential developments have
been completed and now form part of the wider Manchester Piccadilly Basin.
The Basin now comprises circa 12.5 acres and includes a variety of buildings, car parking and future development sites.
The following buildings have been developed by TCS over the past 15 years:
Urban Exchange. A 116,000 sq ft retail building let to Aldi, Marks & Spencer, Go Outdoors and Pure Gym with a current annual rental income of £1.1m pa.
Carvers Warehouse. A 22,000 sq ft listed multi let office building with an annual rental value of £0.3m
Brownsfield Mill (AVRO). A 40,000 sq ft listed mill building due to undergo conversion into loft style apartments in a JV with Urban Splash
30 Tariff Street. A 240 space multi-storey car park
21 Ducie Street. A 33,000 sq ft new build office occupied by BDP Architects (sold)
Jacksons Warehouse. A residential conversion of a former mill building overlooking the marina (sold)
Vantage Quay. A new 120 unit residential apartment building (sold)
A 480 space surface car park with permanent planning permission
We have in place an approved Strategic Regeneration Framework with Manchester City Council which identifies 800 residential units, a 500 space multi-storey car park and 200,000 sq. ft. of canal-side commercial development.
• The agreement with Manchester City Council has allowed us to draw up a residential development programme for years to come which will enable us to establish a significant residential rental portfolio in this prime area of Manchester.
• Piccadilly Basin is also home to 3 CitiPark car parks: 75 Dale Street, 1 Port Street and 30 Tariff Street.