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    Press release - 14 September 2021

    Move in for Autumn: House by Urban Splash unveils images of newest waterside homes at New Islington

    14 September 2021

    The modern housebuilder House by Urban Splash has unveiled a brand-new image showing what the latest phase of New Islington in Manchester will look like when it completes later this year.

    This new area of the neighbourhood will be known as Stubbs Mews. Featuring 18 homes, all of which were swiftly created in the House by Urban Splash factory using Modern Methods of Construction (MMC), and the finishing touches applied on site, now they are nearing complete and ready to move into by Autumn.

    House by Urban Splash and sister business Urban Splash have now created hundreds of homes here, more than a third of them affordable. Toby Brown from House by Urban Splash explained: “Hot on the heels of completing family homes at New Islington Marina, as well as our super sustainable Mansion House apartments, we are thrilled to continue our work in this vibrant waterside community.

    “The new homes at Stubbs Mews are well-designed with a range of layouts for customers to choose from. We have three- and four-bedroom options, which can be made into home offices, a snug, a nursey/play room – whatever you need there’s ample space – often a rare proposition for people looking for a house in the centre of Manchester.”

    Stubbs Mews can be found at the north-eastern side of the New Islington neighbourhood which is flanked by the Ashton Canal; each home features an elevated private terrace overlooking the water and options for secure under croft parking, while residents will also benefit from further green space around the community – including the Cotton Field Park.

    Stubbs Mews at New Islington, Manchester

    The homes are just a few minutes from Cutting Room Square where you have many bars and restaurants, many places to keep fit and healthy like Urban Reform and Funk & Soul yoga, there’s Hope Mill Theatre on Pollard Street, and of course New Islington Free School in the Marina.

    Toby added: “New Islington is a bustling, vibrant and exciting neighbourhood which offers a viable option for people who need more space but want to stay in the city.

    “These are actual houses, with parking, a private outdoor space, and a flavour of the suburban, but all set amongst the centre of the city. We can’t wait to show people around this new space and welcome more residents to the area.”

    The homes are on sale now. They each offer three storeys of living space with a range of layouts to choose from. Prices from £495,000; further information can be found at

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