A multi-million-pound scheme of 13 luxury apartments has been unveiled at a former garage site in Altrincham. The Tannery is located on Back Grafton Street in the Goose Green Conservation Area of the town. Comprising one-bedroom apartments ranging between 450 and 500 square feet, The Tannery is set over four floors. It revitalises a 0.05 -acre site that was the former home of a workshop which had fallen into disrepair after being left vacant since 2006.
Ewen Miller, Managing Director at Calderpeel Architects, said: “The new scheme at Goose Green transforms a dilapidated site which had become somewhat of an eye-sore for local residents over the ten years it had been left derelict.
“The building has been designed using a material palette which reflects the heritage and style of surrounding properties. It boosts the provision of much-needed high quality accommodation in this desirable area of Altrincham.”
Calderpeel has designed the scheme on behalf of Novo Property Group, a prominent local developer, also based in Altrincham town centre. Novo has already sold all the apartments to a mix of investors and owner-occupiers.
Ben Fearns, Managing Director at Novo Property Group, added: “Its always a pleasure working with Ewen and the team at Calderpeel. “Their sympathetic design has created a great addition to the conservation area, while producing a highly efficient and modern internal layout. We’re delighted with the scheme and look forward to more partnerships with Calderpeel in the future.”