Princess Street, Salisbury House

Previously a disused office block, Princess Street Salisbury House has been converted into high-spec, green apartments for professionals and students. Located at the junction of Granby Row and Princess Street within Manchester city centre, the circa-1960s building originally featured a concrete frame clad with a glazed steel window system and masonry, which has been replaced with Tyvek® wrap, Rockwool external insulation and ArGeton rainscreen cladding.

Number of apartments:

98

Did you know?

Princess Street, Salisbury House is located within the Whitworth Street Conservation Area – an area of Victorian and Edwardian warehouse buildings established between 1850-1920 to match the growth of the textile industry in Manchester. Previously, Salisbury House was negatively impacting the conservation area due to its poor condition, which our conversion has improved.