Construction work is now drawing to a close at a flagship new homes development on an iconic site in Manchester.
Regional housebuilder Prospect Homes is currently wrapping up building work at its Maine Place development on the site of the former Manchester City football ground off Yew Tree Road, which has now completely sold out.
The development had been in high demand since it launched, with local and international buyers keen to purchase a property on an iconic piece of land.
Christine Kynaston, Sales and Marketing Director for Prospect Homes, said: “We have experienced a phenomenal yet unsurprising rate of sales over the last three years as eager buyers snapped up plots at Maine Place.
“We are very proud to have created this landmark development of homes on such a nostalgic site in Manchester, which has been a privilege to be a part of.
“With the development now drawing to a close, we would like to wish all of our new residents the very best in their homes for the future.”
The developer paid homage to the previous Maine Road stadium by naming the house types at the Maine Place after iconic players and managers associated with the ground, including the Allison, the Rosler and the Lee.
Manchester City played their final game at Maine Road in 2003, before planning permission was granted for the redevelopment of the former football stadium and work began onsite in 2010.
Prospect Homes is currently building developments across the North West of England including in Rochdale, Chorley, Gisburn, Warton, Holmes Chapel and Alsager.