The Lyceum, Manchester
Key Investment Features:
Full details to follow
1, 2 & 3 x beds available
82 Luxury Apartments
6 minutes in to City Centre
Developer Payment Plans
Mortgages Available (subject to status)
Invest in the UK's leading buy-to-let city
About The Lyceum, Eccles, Manchester:
The Lyceum is our latest opportunity located in Manchester, the UK's top buy to let destination. Previously "The Crown Theatre", The Lyceum will combine charm and character with modern luxury. Just 6 minutes from Manchester City centre, the location is perfect for the professional tenant.
These stylish 1 to 3-bed apartments cater to that growing young professional demand, combining first-class amenities and open plan living with culture and cuisine hotspots on their doorstep. The development is also located just a 5-minute walk to the city's Financial District, home to HSBC's new head office, Deutsche Bank and the BBC. With finance available and a payment plan that lets you spread the 30% deposit over two years, enjoy projected returns of 6% per annum with low cash entry.
Goodwin Property Holdings pin pointed The Lyceum strategically due to its unrivalled location.
Within extremely close proximity to all the major attractions Manchester has to offer and easy access to the M60 & M62, this truly makes the project perfect for tenants wanting to enjoy Manchester living without direct City Centre congestion.
Walk: The Lyceum sits just a 5 minute walk away from the train
station which boasts enviable links to popular Manchester
hotspots as well as travel to other major cities in the north.
Train: With it’s host of designer department stores, bars and restaurants, Deansgate is just a 6 minute direct line away. Manchester Picadilly itself is then just a 6 minute hop.
Drive: If driving is more your thing, the impressive road network will see you at the Trafford Centre in just 5 minutes, Media City UK in just 6 minutes and Old Trafford in just 10 minutes.
High Speed Railway
High Speed 2 (HS2) is a high-speed railway under construction in the United Kingdom which, when completed, will directly connect Manchester to London
with a travel time of just one hour.
Scheduled to open in phases between 2026 and 2033, high-speed trains
will travel up to 400 km/h on 530 km of track. The project is estimated to
cost £56 Billion and will provide fast access to major cities across the country
generating 22,000 construction jobs in the next five years and an expected 100,000
jobs once the line is up and running.
The KPMG report estimates that within five years of the line opening,
UK productivity will rise by £15bn a year – an increase of 0.8% GDP. Better transport
connections mean reduced production and transport costs, higher productivity and
greater competition between UK regions.
The Northern Powerhouse
The Northern Powerhouse is a government initiative to boost economic growth
in the North of England, particularly in the core cities of Manchester, Liverpool,
Leeds, Sheffield, Hull and Newcastle. It is based on the benefits of agglomeration
and aims to reposition the British economy away from London and the South East and involves improvement to transport links, investment in science and innovation, and devolution of powers in City Deals.