The development of Media City Manchester has made Salford and Manchester two of the most popular places to live in the UK.
Media City Manchester has been designed to provide a purpose-built home for creative and digital businesses. The first phase, spread over 36 acres, was completed in 2011 but there is the potential to use up to 200 acres of land over the next decade.
With a wealth of exciting employment options, restaurants, shops and entertainment outlets, Media City Manchester is a wonderful place to live, and an amazing hub for students and young professionals.
The idea to create Media City begun when the BBC signalled its intention to move out of London in 2004, and the Salford Quays site was chosen in 2006.
The BBC has relocated much of its broadcasting services; Children’s, BBC Radio 5 Live, BBC Research and BBC Sport. ITV Granada followed in March 2013, with the first phase of its move to Media City from their historical city centre site in Manchester.
Mistoria Estate Agents has a fantastic selection of properties right on Media City Manchester’s doorstep, and we are committed to helping you find a great place to live.
Renting with us is easy, check out what properties you would like to view through the search function on our home page. We’ll then take you on some viewings, and you simply pick the place you want to live! We’ll charge an administration fee of £100, payable when booking the property. Then before you move in we require a deposit for every tenany, which is equal to £200. It really is as straight forward as that!
For more information or help please call us on – 0800 500 3015 or send an email to – firstname.lastname@example.org and we’ll do everything we can to assist you.
We are one of the leading lettings agencies in the UK. Providing high quality accommodation for students, professionals, residential and commercial tenants, we operate in Salford, Manchester, Liverpool, Lancashire and across the entire North West region. With a solid vision for future growth, we aim to be managing in excess of 1000 houses by 2015.