Over the past 21 years we have invested in over £3.4bn of assets across almost every real estate sector, a selection of which are below
Erie Basin, Manchester
A 270 unit Build to Rent (BTR) scheme located in Salford Quays next to MediaCityUK. The site is the last undeveloped waterside site adjacent to Erie Basin. As well as market leading BTR amenities and facilities the scheme will include a feature reception and podium garden overlooking the water for residents to enjoy. The scheme is due to open in the Summer of 2019. Moorfield is working in association with Glenbrook on the development
The Forge, Newcastle
MREFIII is forward funding the development of a 280 unit build to rent scheme adjacent to the Stephenson Quarter in Newcastle. Moorfield is working in association with Worthington Properties and Panacea Property Development. The site is due to open in 2018.
The Trilogy, Manchester
A 230 unit build to rent development with 115 parking spaces on the periphery of Castlefield, Manchester.
Moorfield is working in association with Glenbrook Property with whom it developed the Keel in Liverpool. The Trilogy is due to open in Summer 2018.
The Keel, Queens Dock, Liverpool
The landmark office complex has been transformed to create 240 luxury waterside rental apartments, which are fully occupied. Moorfield developed The Keel in association with Glenbrook Property. The investment will contribute to the ongoing rejuvenation of Liverpool’s waterfront, which has recently been transformed through the delivery of a world class Exhibition Centre and an upscale 216 bed Pullman hotel on the adjoining site.
Velocity Village, Sheffield – Sold
Velocity Village is a 612,000 sqft mixed-use commercial and residential development in Sheffield. Developed between 2004 and 2010, Velocity Village is set across five buildings located on Tenter Street in Sheffield City Centre and comprises 364 apartments and more than 100,000 sqft of commercial office and retail space with over 550 parking spaces. During our ownership, extensive remedial works and landscaping were carried out at the development and the residential units were 100% occupied. In February 2015, an off market approach from Lone Star resulted in an early realisation of the business plan and sale of Velocity Village.