It has been announced that a deal has been secured by The Co-op and Manchester Place that will see Far East Consortium International (FEC) develop key sites near Victoria Station in Manchester.
It is thought that the deal will see over 600 new homes delivered across four sites as part of the NOMA neighborhood.
For those who don’t know what NOMA is, it is a 20 acre regeneration project of Manchester urban land, which is owned by The Co-operative Group and Hermes Real Estate. NOMA is creating a mixed-use location in the centre of Manchester with the community at the heart of the regeneration, helping to capture the soul of one of the world’s greatest cities.
FEC has built a diverse portfolio of exciting and quality residences across many countries, including Australia, China, Hong Kong and the UK, which includes the Dorsett Shepherds Bush in London, Queen’s Wharf Brisbane Project and they also recently won planning for Alpha square in London.
This is a very exciting announcement and will help provide quality homes for people who live and want to move to Manchester. Detailed plans for the project are yet to be completed, however there is a real buzz of excitement to see what they will look like.