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New multi-million pound residential development unveiled in Morecambe

A new iconic building featuring 50 luxury apartments has been revealed on Morecambe Promenade.

Built by local development company, M H Stainton Homes, the two-year Broadway project is due to officially open in August.

The multi-million pound scheme features a range of apartments on the site of the former Broadway Hotel at the corner of Broadway and Marine Drive East, Morecambe.

Offering contemporary, open plan living, the new development includes a selection of one, two and three-bedroom apartments with prices from £190,000 to penthouse apartments from £450,000+. The eight-storey building, with underground car park, features a striking glass façade with views across Morecambe Bay and the surrounding areas.

The project incorporates a number of innovative features designed to provide healthy and environmentally-friendly homes. A bespoke ventilation system provides a continuous supply of fresh filtered air to help reduce allergies and asthma symptoms, while energy-efficient materials have been used throughout to endorse the company’s forward-thinking approach.

The developer has been advised on the project by North West accountancy and advisory firm MHA Moore and Smalley, which provided advice on accounting and tax planning.

Michael Stainton, managing director of M H Stainton Homes, said: “The changing face of Morecambe is a fascinating story, and ambitious plans such as Eden Project North are set to be a major factor in the area’s regeneration.

“Morecambe is a prime example of how seaside resorts are changing. It’s an exciting time for the area. I was born and brought up inMorecambe and I’m proud to be investing in its future.

“The financial advice and support provided by MHA Moore and Smalley has guided us through the various hurdles we’ve navigated during this development. We’ve worked with the firm on numerous projects and the professional experience of the team is invaluable.”

 

Victoria Dadswell, director at MHA Moore and Smalley, added: “I’ve worked with Michael on a range of development projects, but this is the most iconic. It’s a huge achievement and has created a stunning focal point for the Morecambe seafront. I’m looking forward to working with the team on their next adventure.”