Mancunians can now live in their old university building as Kampus launches new one and two bed apartments in the mid-century Stack.

The iconic brutalist 60s tower block, which was once a business school within the Aytoun Street campus of Manchester Metropolitan University, will officially open to city centre renters for viewings on July 26th.   It will offer 123 brand new one and two bed apartments designed with strong geometric lines, exposed concrete and original ‘waffle’ ceilings to set it apart from other apartments found anywhere else in the city.

Residents of The Stack will have access to the brand new gym with free weights, cardio and core equipment and a yoga studio, a 24 hour concierge service and amenities from dog walking, dry cleaning, PT sessions and yoga, a private cinema, lounge, dining room and a number of terraces.  What’s more, residents are able to move into their brand new apartment with no deposit to pay.

Kampus, is a vibrant new neighbourhood built around a garden, in the heart of Manchester city centre.  Its collection of old and new buildings, many of which lay derelict for years before redevelopment began, create a melting pot of architectural styles and a rich cultural heritage right next to the famous Canal Street in Manchester’s Gay Village, just minutes from Piccadilly Station.

The Kampus gardens and Bungalow are the central feature of the community and are permanently open to the public, with the Bungalow operating as a village hall for pop-up and community groups.  The neighbourhood is alive with events and homegrown independent bars, restaurants, cafés and retail from brands including General Stores, Common &. Co/ Cornerstone and Bread Flower.

The Stack lives alongside the already lived in North Block, sister building South Block and two beautiful Victorian shipping warehouses, Minto & Turner and Minshull House, all of which are set to fully open over the next three months.

The Stack’s range of one and two bedroom apartments will be available to view from 26 July.  Previous launches in the city have sold out in days, with queues around the block to view and demand for The Stack is expected to be equally high.


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