CituNQ is a brand new building along Tib Street, Manchester, United Kingdom. The project offers 183 luxurious apartment of Studio, 1-3 bedroom and Penthouse. CituNQ is developed by Joint-venture between Factory Estates and Salboy.

CituNQ Factsheet

Project Name CituNQ
Developer Factory Estates/Salboy
Address Tib Street, Manchester, M4 1PW, United Kingdom
Description Brand New 8-Storey mixed residential development comprises of 183 stylish apartments of Studio, 1, 2, 3-bedroom Penthouse Apartments.

-24 Hour concierge and security

- Contemporary styled reception area

- Rooftop Gardens & Central Courtyard

- Secure Bike Store

Car Parking No carpark space
Tenure: 150 years from lease commencement date of Q4 2018
Land Size 2,424sqm / 26,092sqft
Ground Rent £450 per annum
Service Charge
  • Block A (Canary Point) estimated £3.48psf p.a.
  • Block B (Harbour Side) estimated £3.20psf p.a.
  • Completion Date Estimated Q3 2018
    No.of Units 183 units
    Anticipated Completion Date Estimated Q4 2018

    CituNQ Unit Mix

    Type Size (Sqft) No. of Units
    1 bedroom 495-538 56
    2 bedroom 667-764 122
    Penthouse TBA 5
    Why invest in CituNQ?
    • Super rare prime location with the limited land supply in Manchester city centre
    • Surrounded by great amenities like shopping mall, eateries, CBD, Park, Chinatown
    • Great connectivity via tram, bus, or walking to Manchester attraction
    • Mixed development concept with shops at the ground floor
    • 24 hours concierge service facility
    • High rental demand and yield expected in this prime location
    • 6 Retail Malls
    • High capital appreciation potential in this fantastic location
    • High-quality finishing with fully furnish package (Great for foreign investors)
    • Full one stop service, letting and management company has been appointed to help in resale and rental (Great for foreign investors)
    • Capitalise on the positive property price trend in Manchester
    • Capitalise on the very strong rental demand and yield in Manchester
    • Capitalise on the very wide property price gap between London (1st city) and Manchester (2nd city)
    • Only 25% upfront required with deferred payment scheme