Nadler Hotels to open in Manchester’s St John’s Place tower

George Sell By George Sell
05 July 2016 | Updated 05 July 2016

UK: Developer Allied London confirmed that Nadler Hotels will operate a 110-bedroom hotel in Manchester city centre.

UK: Developer Allied London confirmed that Nadler Hotels will operate a 110-bedroom hotel in Manchester city centre.

The hotel will form part of the tallest tower within St John's, the £1.3 billion redevelopment of the 13-acre former Granada Studios site in Manchester city centre.

The phased project will eventually include include 3,000 homes, 600,000 square feet of commercial space and cultural venues.

The 55-storey St John's Place will be one of the tallest buildings in Manchester. Nadler Hotels will operate from 10 floors of the tower. Above the hotel will be several floors of amenities for residents such as cafes, restaurants, wellbeing facilities and meeting areas.

An Allied London statement said: "St. John's Place is due for completion at the end of 2018, while work on the adjacent St John's Living cluster will likely run from 2017 to 2019. Both sites will be accessed from Quay Street and an upgraded Water Street. The overall St John's development will therefore be significantly developed by 2019, with the remaining sites phased to suit both demand and logistics. Undeveloped sites will be appropriated for temporary public realm to provide further amenity until developed and minimise later disruption."

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