Back Turner Street threads unique residential homes through a restored 1920’s warehouse and two new buildings.
Each building deals with a very different aspect of the city. The taller glass building acts as a landmark addressing Shudehill interchange and marking the entry point both to Manchester by bus and a gateway into Manchester’s Northern Quarter. The lower building addresses the Northern Quarter directly and infills a missing piece of High Street.
65 Residential Units
The programme for the building consists of 65 homes across three interlinked buildings. Special attention was given to the detail of the facades, the materials and the interface of the building and its context. A fully active ground floor is complemented by a pocket park on High Street adding a place to sit under a new cherry blossom tree.
The brief for the building was to develop a series of high quality apartments, duplexes and townhouses. Every home is unique and is designed with private amenity and dual aspect natural light.
Back Turner Street