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X1 Media City Tower 4Luxury City Living in ManchesterSuperb investment opportunityX1 Media City is an iconic residential development in the heart of Salford Quays. Comprising four glass towers within the now-infamous MediaCityUK, X1 Media City will bring high-end city living to the picturesque Salford Quays waterfront. Upon completion, this development will be home to 1,100 stunning apartments, with each tower hosting 275 apartments ranging from self-contained studios to spacious 2-bed apartments. With Towers 1 and 2 of this unique development already sold out and in construction, X1 Media City has high investor demand, with the remaining two towers expected to sell out fast.MediaCityUK has something for everyone. Whether a day shopping in the Lowry Outlet Mall, an afternoon of culture at the Lowry Theatre and the Imperial War Museum, or a night of food and socialising in one of the area’s many bars and restaurants, MediaCityUK has it all. As well as home to some of the biggest names in broadcasting, MediaCityUK also hosts a selection of high-end amenities, including a luxury supermarket, a selection of bars and shops, and even a restaurant owned by illustrious celebrity chef Marco Pierre White. All these businesses and amenities are perfectly placed around a stunningly-landscaped 5,000- capacity piazza, larger than that of London’s Trafalgar Square - a space so versatile as to make the perfect setting for deckchairs in the summer and festive decorations in the winter. Even more incredibly, all this is just the first phase of the site which currently sits in just 36 acres of land, but Salford City Council has a further 200 acres earmarked for the future growth for MediaCityUK to be released in phases over the next 20 years. The first phase of MediaCityUK alone represents more than £1.4bn of public and private investment, with figures already showing that in its first 5 years of trading MediaCityUK has contributed over £200m to the local economy. As a result, people are starting to sit up and take notice. The Guardian reported that property values in Salford have risen faster than any other city in Britain since the start of 2014, and this comes as no surprise - people are clamouring to live and work in such a vibrant and dynamic area, which is why rental demand in the area has skyrocketed and house prices are following the same upwards trajectory. Naturally this has attracted landlords in their thousands, keen to take advantage of a strong and ever-growing rental market, which led to the area being named a UK ‘Buy-to-Let Hotspot’ by HSBC in 2014 and 2015 respectively.
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