Northgate Studios
sold out

The next generation

of student property


Estimated Yields






Demand for this type of student accommodation is at an all time high. The market’s resilience through the years has created a safe and stable platform for investors who are looking for increasing rental growth, strong yields and outstanding performance. In 2015, at least £4.5 billion of capital was invested in the student accommodation sector.

  • 40% guaranteed income over five years minimum
  • Full title deed of the property
  • Solid capital growth in the area
  • Located in the city centre
  • Prices from £71,500
  • Developed by Property Alliance Group – Manchester’s largest developer
  • All units come fully furnished – very high spec
  • All units are fully managed
  • Show Apartment on site
  • No stamp duty
Development Overview

Northgate Studios is a new purpose built investment opportunity in the under supplied overseas and postgraduate student property market. This luxury development offers investors a market-leading minimum of 8% per annum for a 5-year period. Strategically located close to the university and the city centre, this is the perfect solution for students looking for independent living in a high quality and safe environment.

Payment Process

1.  £5,000 on reservation
2.  50% on exchange (less reservation fee)
3.  25% 2-3 months after exchange
4.  Remainder on completion

Construction Updates


  • Scaffold stripped on phase one courtyard (see pic)
  • Remaining Scaffolding will be taken down within next 4 weeks

Internal – phase 1:

  • Flooring completed on floors 1,2,3 and 4
  • Kitchens installed on floors 1,2,3 and 4
  • Painting – 1st and second coat completed on levels 1,2,3 and 4. Waiting final coat

Internal – phase 2:

  • Windows fitted up to 4th floor
  • All bathroom pods fitted
  • Pre-plaster inspections approved to 4th floor
  • Final boarding commenced on floors 1 – 3

Next update due WC 27th August 2018

Location Map

Northgate Studios

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