Now where's City of Gold with my £50?
We've had a year of relative calm. It seems the wait has been worth it.And mine. ka-ching! :colgate:
What a good week to bury bad news. Firstly Gravity gets approved, then the first crane appears at Mediacity, then Ballymore confirm Eastgate buyout and possible January start and finally BSC are disconnected from their free Manchester electricity supply. :banana:
I mean these comments:Weasty, I've heard nothing to suggest that the hotel isn't in the tower and as Isaid earlier, the phase two apartments count is exactly that originally quoted for the 2 smaller blocks combined.
This is what is confusing me. Which part is the tower? Phase 1 or phase 2? If phase 2 is the tower, people are getting rather over excited.It will include 420 apartments in phase one. The second development phase will see a further 267 residential units added as well as a 220 bedroom luxury hotel. A 700 car capacity underground car park will also be built.
todays news from ballymore's PRBallymore has taken a 95% interest in the Piccadilly Tower project, a 1 million square feet (93,000 square m) mixed use development. In addition to the Piccadilly Tower, there will be two lower buildings on the site. The project has been designed by Woods Bagot architects. The project was previously jointly owned by Merepark and M2Evolve which obtained detailed planning approval. Merepark is exiting to concentrate on other schemes in the region while M2Evolve will retain a 5% interest.