Urbanbubble appointed to two new developments
The Manchester-based firm has been appointed to The Crescent in Salford and the Ironworks in Leeds.
A CGI of how the development will look once complete
Residential property management company, urbanbubble, has been appointed to two new developments.
The Manchester-based firm has been appointed to The Crescent, Salford, a 405 private rented sector (PRS) apartment scheme at the site of the former Black Horse Hotel, which is being developed by Property (Done).
It has also been appointed to Ironworks, a multi-purpose development at Holbeck Urban Village, Leeds.
Michael Howard, managing director, urbanbubble said: “The new appointments are a fantastic start to the year. I am thrilled our hard work over the past few years in understanding the specific challenges and requirements involved in managing PRS schemes is now coming to fruition with the appointment to manage The Crescent.
“I’m very pleased we won the Ironworks management contract and it is a great credit to the whole team at urbanbubble we are adding such high profile and significant developments to our portfolio.”
Last year urbanbubble was appointed to manage Trinity, the sister development to The Crescent.
Simon Ismail, director at Property (Done), said: “I’ve been working closely with urbanbubble on the Trinity development and it made complete sense to bring them on board for The Crescent.
“Their reputation for traditional block management is second to none and we know they will offer a fantastic service to the occupiers at both Trinity and The Crescent.”
Urbanbubble, based at Sevendale House, is a residential property managing agent, which was set up by Michael in 2008.
The company looks after 90 residential estates with 6,000 homes in the north west.
The team of 66 full time colleagues provide a range of services to developers, landlords and residents.