Kampus neighbourhood in Manchester city centre has officially announced the grand opening of The Stack – showcasing over 100 brand new one-bed and two-bed apartments in a former university building on Aytoun Street.
Part of Capital & Centric’s waterside complex, The Stack – which is a joint venture with developers HBD – has been redeveloped from a 1960s Manchester Metropolitan University tower block into a modern living space – designed with exposed concrete and original ‘waffle’ ceilings.
The Stack features a gym with free weights, cardio and core equipment; a yoga studio; 24-hour concierge; dog walking services; dry cleaning; a private cinema, lounge, dining room; and a number of terraces.
Residents can also move into the building without needing to pay a deposit.
Viewings for the 123 apartments at The Stack will take place from Monday (July 26) – with high demand expected.
Positioned alongside Canal Street, the £250m Kampus has steadily opened its 534 apartments and continued to grow throughout the year.
A range of independent bars, restaurants, cafés and retail from brands have set up shop within the neighbourhood, including General Stores, Cornerstone pub by Common & Co, Nell’s Pizza, Levenshulme wine bar Isca, and bagel/florist outlet Bread Flower.
The Stack lives alongside the already lived in North Block, sister building South Block and two Victorian shipping warehouses, Minto & Turner and Minshull House.
The rest of Kampus is expected to open before the end of 2021.
For further information, visit the Kampus website.