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New Manchester scheme launched by Cube Homes

The first phase of a private rental scheme in Manchester has been launched by developer Cube Homes.

The scheme, known as The Curve, will comprise 27 and one two bedroom apartments, with each one having its own cycle storage space, allowing access to the Fallowfield Loop, and providing connections via road or rail into Manchester and further afield. Solar panels and access to electric vehicle charging points add to the block’s green credentials.

Prospective new tenants will shortly have the opportunity to view a show home. 

Chris Heath, managing director, Cube Homes, comments: “The Curve offers renters a fantastic new offering in the sought-after area of Levenshulme in south Manchester, close to Manchester city centre. With apartments built with modern lifestyles in mind, our homes are high quality, low carbon, affordable and sustainable, giving residents a great choice and the ease and security that comes with a new build home. 

“We expect great demand for these homes with hotspots around the city centre seeing a surge in rental enquiries. The open space and green feel of this bustling part of the city make it an ideal place for a thriving community. With a range of options to rent fully accessible apartments, the development opens the door to contemporary living for all.”

The Curve is the latest in a growing portfolio of Cube Homes developments in the Manchester region, which includes Prestwich’s Fairways View and Water Mill Gardens.

Cube Homes is Great Places Housing Group’s private arm, which provides some of the North West’s most vulnerable people with affordable homes, social housing and supported accommodation.

It is a profit-for-purpose organisation, meaning all generated profit goes directly back into the wider business’s charitable activities. Setting aside funding for private rental accommodation ensures longer term financial stability, helping to feed more funds back into the company’s charitable endeavours.

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