PIC completes first build-to-rent project

520 homes now available at Manchester’s New Vic development

Jasmine Urquhart
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The interior of an apartment at Manchester's New Vic development (Source: PIC)
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The interior of an apartment at Manchester's New Vic development (Source: PIC)

The Pension Insurance Corporation (PIC) has announced the completion of its Manchester build-to-rent (BTR) project.

The New Vic development at Manchester Victoria station is PIC's first BTR project to be completed, with the first residents having now moved into the two-tower development. The project, which ha...

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