The Development

Spinning Mill is a striking Grade II former textile mill located on the banks of the Rochdale Canal, to the north east of Manchester city centre.

Designed by prominent Bolton architect George Woodhouse, it’s bold six-storey red-brick façade and towering chimney has dominated the local skyline for over one and a half centuries.

Although textile production ceased in the 1960’s, the mill now offers luxurious one and two bedroom apartments and provides an abundance of parking for both residents and visitors (compared with typical Central Manchester developments), which have been created for professionals keen to benefit from easy access to the city centre for work and pleasure.

From each apartment window, the Mill’s panoramic views across the city and surrounding suburbs can be fully appreciated. It’s an exciting landscape and one that continues to evolve as significant public and private investment funds the formation of new communities, amenities, attractions and opportunity.

All images are indicative only. Loose furniture is not provided and no feature lighting or other fixtures and fittings other than outlined within the specification will be provided.