It will cost you £20,000 a month to rent, spread over 3,500 square feet and will be the only residential apartment in Manchester with a five star hotel service department attached.
Witu three meticulously designed bedrooms, all with en-suite bathrooms Manchester’s Stock Exchange Penthouse suite has been revealed
Designed by internationally renowned, multidisciplinary design studio Autoban, it has its own private entrance, while, says the PR release, the style is contemporary, giving The House its own unique identity which blends seamlessly with the heritage of the Grade II listed building.
The House has its own roof terrace offering views over and across the Manchester skyline and the open-plan elegant design of the living space includes a breakfast bar, two separate lounge areas, a beverage bar, and an expansive dining room with a dining table which seats 10.
There is a separate kitchen area, just off the open plan living area which includes a fully kitted Siemens kitchen and appliances, as well as a Nespresso machine.
Each of the three double bedrooms has a sophisticated style, with top quality mattresses designed to give residents the ultimate night’s sleep. Each bedroom comes with its own en-suite complete with contemporary walk-in shower and Dr Harris & Co. toiletries. The master bedroom en-suite even has a double shower. A fitness room with a treadmill, exercise bike and free weights completes the space.
Stock Exchange co-owner, Ryan Giggs commented: “There is huge opportunity for growth in the serviced apartment industry in Manchester. The city is a global one, it is progressive and it is forward thinking. So many businesses and individuals are attracted to Manchester by investment opportunities and for business reasons, as well as for sport and leisure so the demand for a product like The House is there and it will continue to grow.
“Manchester city centre is a great place to live, work and socialise. I loved living in the centre and I am still a huge advocate of it. Our penthouse will offer residents a very high standard of living and larger living spaces and bedrooms than what is currently available on the market.”