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Manchester 52-floor skyscraper approved

October 24th, 2016

Plans to build a 52-storey skyscraper at the former Granada studios site in Manchester city centre have been approved.

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The tallest building in Allied London’s redevelopment at St John’s will rise to 168.4m – just half a metre shorter than Beetham Tower in Deansgate.

Nadler Hotel plans to operate from the 18 lower storeys with private rented flats above.

The 3.2-acre site around the Old Granada Studios complex sits in the northern part of the wider 13-acre St John’s £1.3bn regeneration scheme, which includes several more high rise buildings.

Other buildings for the Globe & Simpson site granted development approval include a neighbouring eight-storey aparthotel, an 18-storey residential building and a four-storey residential building.

St. John’s Place is due for completion at the end of 2018.

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Once completed, the wider St John’s neighbourhood will total 3,000 homes, 600,000 sq ft of commercial space and a mix of cultural venues including the £110m Factory arts centre.

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