Minto & Turner

Make your home in a building that's part of Manchester's history

…and is possibly the best example of warehouse living you’ll find anywhere in the city. Minto & Turner is a red-brick, grade II-listed canal warehouse, originally built to store cotton transported on the Rochdale Canal. We’ve brought this Victorian wonder back to life with contemporary loft-style apartments full of original features, such as oh-so-special ironwork, and exposed bricks and beams. Minto & Turner’s front door opens onto the newly reopened Little David Street; choose an apartment that overlooks its cobbles, or one that overlooks the canal behind. Limited availability

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living space with wooden beams and industrial piping on ceiling.
1 bed – Minto & Turner
from £1360 pcm
Industrial feel apartment with raw brickwork but modern clean kitchen and dining space.
2 bed – Minto & Turner
from £1880 pcm
The history behind Kampus

The echoes of its industrial past can still be seen in the two listed Victorian warehouses, Minto & Turner and Minshull House, built in the 1870's to store and pack cotton.

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Little David Street

An industrial-atmospheric, al-fresco sort of a street, reopened after ten forgotten years. The hub of Kampus’ most iconic events, and the most instagrammed street in Manchester.

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