Work has topped out in the development of Atelier, a new residential development along Salford's Chapel Street.
Part of English Cities Fund's £1bn Salford Central masterplan, once complete, Atelier will provide 178 units across four seven-storey blocks.
The scheme comprises 167 one-, two-, and three-bedroom apartments, as well as three-bedroom townhouses and commercial ground floor.
The scheme is the third residential development designed by Buttress for English Cities Fund in the emerging Salford Central area, following the award-winning Carpino Place and Timekeepers Square.
Maggie Grogan, senior development surveyor at English Cities Fund, said: “The changing landscape across Chapel Street as it is transformed into a vibrant destination has been a privilege to see over the past few years, and we’re delighted to reach this significant milestone safely.”
She added: “What we’re seeing here is a shining example of what we can achieve when the public and private sector work together, to create a development that will deliver much-needed homes for Salford and drive inward investment, growth and prosperity to benefit the whole of the city.”
Andy Avery, director at Buttress, added: "We are delighted to reach this important milestone in the development of Atelier. The scheme will provide a mix of high quality homes alongside commercial space that will add further vibrancy to the area while contributing significantly to its ongoing transformation."