Limerick-based Leahy, who made his fortunes in the Irish parcel delivery business and is best known for buying the Ask-developed Bauhaus office scheme in Manchester in 2004 for £20m, launched Vision Developments this week. Cliff, who left Ken Knott’s Ask … Continue reading
Barton Arcade recently hosted the Fashion TV Party. The event was filmed for Manchester TV celebrities, models and fashion industry leaders turned out in force for the hottest fashion event of the year.
Vision Developments, founded 12 months ago by former Ask Developments director Stephen Cliff and Irish investor Morgan Leahy, has made a rapid impact with a string of prime city centre acquisitions Some trading names vanish and others emerge during recessions … Continue reading
Video invitation to Mo’s birthday, Circle Club’s manager, at Barton Arcade gets hundreds of hits on UTube. The Circle is Manchester’s premier private members club offering a sumptuous meeting, drinking and eating space for creative, media and professional people. Located … Continue reading
Some trading names vanish and others emerge during recessions and Manchester’s property market is getting used to seeing Vision Developments on the buyers’ side of the table. In April, in partnership with Les Lang’s Infinity, the company completed the £6m … Continue reading
One of Manchester’s most beautiful, but unsung historic buildings, has been secured by some of the region’s brightest new talents. In their first joint venture, Infinity’s property fund and Vision Developments have completed the purchase of 53 King Street in central Manchester. The … Continue reading
Stephen Cliff and Morgan Leahy’s Vision Developments has bought the freehold interest in Invicta House, Manchester, from Maple Grove Developments. The site, which is within the Spinningfields district, is around 10,000 sq ft. The price was not disclosed but the … Continue reading