The Anaconda Cut development, formerly known as Exchange Court, has been crowned Salford’s tallest tower.
The development was renamed Anaconda Cut after a renowned engineering project in the 1970s.
Throughout this project, they straightened up the sharp elbow in the river Irwell where the new development sits to prevent flooding – hence the name.
Standing at 429ft, the new site is the answer to the growing demand for apartments from Manchester’s busy professionals.
The 44-storey tower offers luxury rental accommodation, allowing its residents to live the ‘high-life’ in every sense of the word.
The new development contains 349 furnished, one, two, and three bedroom apartments which all enjoy the benefits of a range of facilities.
These include a 24/7 state of the art gym, yoga sessions, a concierge service, and a rooftop landscaped garden.
There’s also a penthouse lounge where residents can enjoy a pop-up cocktail bar, DJ’s, chef demonstrations and the mezzanine – a ‘co-working space’.
If all that wasn’t enough, the panoramic views from the ‘sky lounge’ on the 43rd floor are truly epic.
The long-ranging views span across the city centre and even stretch as far as the Pennines!
Not only is The Anaconda Cut perfect for professionals, but pets are welcome too.
Your furry friends can take advantage of dog walking and pet sitting services whilst you’re at work.
They also have obedience classes for pooches – perfect if your dog needs a little extra training.
To top it all off, there’s a 14-seat cinema, TV screens that provide the latest news whilst you wait for the lift AND free coffee and Wi-Fi.
All 349 apartments are available to rent, starting from £900 a month for a one-bed.
Two bedroom apartments are available from £1,150 and £1,795 for a three bed.
Each apartment is designed to an exceptional standard and offers open-plan living with plenty of natural light, recessed LED lights and fitted blinds.
For more information on these apartments contact our lettings team. Call 0161 443 4500 or fill in the contact form below.