Trinity Islands, Manchester facts for kids
Quick facts for kidsTrinity Islands
|Location||Water Street, Manchester, England, United Kingdom|
|Roof||Trinity Tower X: 213 m (699 ft)
Trinity Tower V: 140 m (460 ft)
Trinity Tower Y: 128 m (420 ft)
Trinity Tower W: 97 m (318 ft)
Trinity Tower Z: 94 m (308 ft)
|Floor count||Trinity Tower X: 67
Trinity Tower V: 44
Trinity Tower Y: 40
Trinity Tower W: 31
Trinity Tower Z: 29
|Design and construction|
|Architect||Child Graddon Lewis|
|Number of rooms||Apartments: 1390|
Trinity Islands is a development in Manchester, England, consisting of around 1,390 homes costing approximately £1.3 billion. The project comprises five towers with the tallest, at 67 storeys, reaching a height of 213 metres (700 feet). If built, this tower would overtake Deansgate Square South Tower to be the tallest building in Manchester as well as the tallest building in the United Kingdom outside of London.
The development was approved in July 2017.
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