Ice Plant

Blossom Street Ancoats Urban Village, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M4 6AP

The Ice Plant is a building with a history.

It was once an Ice storage warehouse utilised by the Italian Ice Cream Barrow Industry that flourished in Ancoats in the 19th century. The building was also used for rehearsals in later years by iconic bands such as the Happy Mondays and Stone Roses.

The listed building facade has been carefully restored and forms a stunning juxtaposition to the contemporary new build apartments alongside. Old and new are linked by a central glass atrium which creates an abundance of natural light.

Ice Plant comprises 82 luxury apartments fronting onto the Cutting Room Square. Whether your preference is for characterful exposed brickwork, high arched windows and steel columns ; or modern sleek lines with floor to ceiling windows, the Ice Plant specification will not disappoint.

Ice Plant is Ancoats

Home to the bars and restaurants that make our neighbourhood what it is, Ice Plant boasts seven storeys of apartments that occupy the very heart of Ancoats. Built to last, our living spaces are more than that - they're homes.

In-house maintenance and management with quick, responsive service means you can enjoy the very best of city centre living.

When we built Ice Plant it pioneered the Ancoats you see today - and it's still amongst the best the city has to offer.

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Luxury high specification apartments overlooking Cutting Room Square.

The Ice Plant has a secure underground car park and cyclists are catered for with a secure bike storage area.

Local Area

The Ice Plant occupies an enviable position on the fringes of the Manchester’s fashionable northern quarter district with its plethora of independent boutiques, bars and restaurants offering fine dining.

It is located opposite Ancoats public square just a stone’s throw from all the sights and sounds of the city centre.

Manchester’s train, metrolink and bus interchanges at Victoria and Piccadilly are a short stroll away.

The city’s main ring road is also immediately accessible offering speedy access to the motorway network and Manchester International airport. 

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