A statement 12 storey building with a unique contemporary design, sympathetic to the areas former industrial heritage.
- Northern Quarter location
- Unique contemporary design
- Excellent facilities
Completed in early 2018, Oxid House is a 12 storey development with 119 one and two bedroom apartments, a rooftop garden and resident’s gymnasium, built on an ‘island site’, on the corner of Newton Street and Great Ancoats Street. Now a recognisable landmark of the Northern Quarter, Oxid House is highly visible when entering the city from the Newton Street junction.
The design finish is quite unique and ground breaking contemporary. Over a zinc and aluminium ground floor level, the upper exterior walls are clad in perforated copper panels providing ‘pre-rusted effect walls’, sympathetic with the former industrial heritage of the former foundry furnaces and engineering works that once dominated the area. By contrast, the apartment interiors are white and bright, with spacious rooms, many with fabulous views across the city skyline. White gloss fitted kitchens with high end touches and integrated appliances combine to provide contemporary and practical living accommodation.
Each bedroom is a double sized room with an en- suite bathroom and modern bathroom suites, fixtures and fittings to complete the amazing ‘chic’ looking city apartment. The development offers a high standard of services including; Concierge Reception; Residents Gymnasium; Rooftop Communal Garden on the thirteenth floor, with extensive 360 degree views of the city and an onsite management office.
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