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Historic property firm Grosvenor Britain & Ireland has sold off the residential element of its major Edinburgh city centre land holding for £215m, in what is one of the largest housing deals in Scotland since the financial crisis. A joint venture between developer Moda Living and investment manager Apache Capital has bought the site in… Read more »

Scotland’s BTR boost

March 3, 2017

The nascent Scottish build-to-rent (BTR) sector received a massive boost this week from deals that pave the way for the two biggest schemes in the country to date. Get Living, the residential investment firm backed by clients of Delancey, Qatari Diar and APG, has purchased a site in Glasgow for its first scheme outside London…. Read more »

Plans for the £105million redevelopment of the former Strathclyde Police HQ in Glasgow’s city centre are set to be unveiled. Developer Moda Living and architects HAUS will transform the empty building into 365 apartments with cafes, restaurants, workspace and gardens – creating a ready-made community on Pitt Street. And local residents, businesses and stakeholders are… Read more »

Apache Capital Partners and Moda Living have agreed £85m of senior debt financing for Angel Gardens, their 34-storey PRS tower in Manchester. The facility, agreed with pbb Deutsche Pfandbriefbank, has a four-year term to facilitate the construction period, which will automatically convert into an investment loan for the remainder of the term. Completion of the… Read more »

Apache Capital Partners, the property investment management firm, and joint venture partner Moda Living have agreed senior debt financing of £85m secured on Angel Gardens, Manchester. The facility, agreed with Deutsche Pfandbriefbank, has a four-year term to fund the construction period, which will automatically convert into an investment loan for the remainder of the term…. Read more »

The 34-storey tower, called the Lexington because of its “New York-style design”, will house 304 high-specification one, two and three-bed apartments alongside 15,000 sq ft of amenity space. It will be the tallest residential development in the Liverpool Waters neighbourhood, and forms part of the Peel Group’s £5.5bn regeneration masterplan for the area. Moda Living… Read more »

Moda Living and Apache Capital Partners have revealed plans for a £145m PRS tower in the centre of Birmingham aimed exclusively at the rental market. The companies have acquired a 0.77-acre site just off Broad Street, and will lodge plans for a 37-storey tower, which will include 450 purpose-built flats for private rental. The duo… Read more »

Moda Living and Apache Capital Partners, through their Private Rented Sector (“PRS”) Joint Venture (“JV”), have confirmed the submission of a planning application to Liverpool City Council for their £80 million premium PRS development on Princes Dock. The development forms part of the wider £5.5 billion regeneration of Liverpool Waters and the application is expected… Read more »

Moda Living has held a two-day public engagement event for local residents and stakeholders to view proposals for Princes Reach, its proposed residential development at Princes Dock. The events provided information about the development plans and gave residents and businesses the chance to view and comment on the proposals for an iconic waterside building. The… Read more »

Apache Capital Partners has acquired the £128m Angel Gardens development in the heart of Manchester – a 34-storey private rented sector (PRS) scheme. The PRS scheme is the seed asset of Apache Capital’s joint venture with Moda Living, which has secured a £1bn by gross development value PRS development pipeline to date. The pipeline comprises… Read more »

Middle Eastern investor Apache Capital Partners has formed a £1bn joint venture with Moda Living to establish the UK’s first regional private rented sector (PRS) platform. In a huge fillip for regional PRS investment, Apache and Moda have joined forces to create a partnership that will initially develop five schemes totalling 5,000 units, with further… Read more »

Property giant Peel will this week confirm it has agreed a deal for the construction of a 40-storey residential tower at its £5.5bn Liverpool Waters scheme. Yorkshire-based Moda Living is behind the project, the plans for which were first revealed in December, which will see the tower built close to the multi-storey car park at… Read more »

A block of “new style” flats is to be built near Manchester’s Victoria station. The city council has approved plans from the Co-operative Group and Moda Living for the 34-storey Angel Gardens building. It will be built at Shudehill, on a site once home to an 18th Century cotton mill built by Richard Arkwright. Angel… Read more »

Plans for 450 apartments at the heart of Manchester’s £800m NOMA scheme have been approved by town hall chiefs. The plush homes – complete with roof-top gardens and sports facilities – were backed by the city’s planning committee. Developers can now press ahead with proposals for the residential element of The Co-operative Group’s flagship NOMA… Read more »

The project, part of The Co-operative Group’s NOMA scheme, will see 455 studio, one, two and three bed apartments built From rooftop tennis courts and football pitches to cinema rooms and gyms, is this the future of city centre living? Images released to the M.E.N. provide a first look at the residential element of a… Read more »

A £1bn private rented sector partnership has been created to target the UK regions with four sites already in the pipeline for bespoke build-to-rent schemes. Generate Land and Caddick Developments have quietly built up a portfolio that is expected to yield more than 2,750 units worth £580m on completion. Their JV, Moda Living, is targeting… Read more »

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