Trinity Way, Salford
The site is positioned right on the edge of the city centre. This unique building compliments the community that has already been established by the presence of other successful Salboy developments. Local Blackfriars, Queen St and the listed Blackfriar Pub.
The developement will comprise 31 studios, 93 one-bed flats, 111 two-bedroom apartments and 15 three bed homes. Amenities will include a private dining room, gym, cinema room, package store, co-working space and a vibrant restaurant.
1,000 sq ft of commercial space
Edge of the city centre
Development on this historic site can be traced back to 1791 and the Salford Iron Works. It became one of the largest manufacturers of cast-iron products and stationary steam engines which powered the mills around Manchester. Following the closure of the ironworks in 1939 and slum clearances in the 1950s, it was replaced by low-rise housing as Manchester and Salford grew in the 1970s and 1980s.
In recent years, Domis and Salboy have transformed the local area with residential, commercial and office property developments within the vicinity of Obsidian, along with the restoration of nearby historic buildings.