Based in Stretford, Manchester, The Bank is a self-contained development of 1 and 2 bedroom apartments. Stretford has fantastic links to Manchester and is a great area for buyers to take advantage of the surge in property demand.
This development is now sold out.
Originally known as Derby Hall, the building was home to a conservative club for many years until being repurposed as a retail unit to take advantage to the proximity of Stretford Mall.
This building is believed to be one of the original historic buildings in Stretford town centre, and one of the few still in existence. Most recently the ground floor was a Bank, but the building has stood empty since their closure.
The Heaton Group are breathing new life into this historic building, updating the ground floor space into a creative shared working space and converting the first and second floors into 13 apartments comprising of 12 one bedroomed apartments and 1 two bedroomed apartments – of these 3 are duplexes with a private staircase to a second floor. The development aims to avoid excessive changes to the external appearance of the building, with only the windows being replaced and the retail façade being updated, ensuring the building maintains a sense of historic importance whilst being brought in line with the two-million-pound renovation of the Mall.