Moda, Angel Gardens is not just a home – it’s a lifestyle

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Moda, Angel Gardens opened its doors just last year, offering residents a lifestyle as well as a home with an enviable list of amenities, on-site events and services.

The 35-storey tower right in the city centre offers 466 homes designed exclusively for rent, with a mix of studios, one, two and three-bed apartments available. All with stunning interiors by TV celebrity designer Naomi Cleaver.

Providing a mix of on-site amenities, including a communal lounge, media room, 24-hour gym, sky lounge and library, Moda, Angel Gardens have fused together the lifestyle of a hotel with the comforts of home.

Residents can enjoy private access to a 24-hour gym with all the latest Technogym equipment on the seventh floor, as well as a rooftop sports pitch boasting jaw-dropping views of the Manchester skyline. 

That’s not all – there’s also a rooftop BBQ terrace, private dining room, bookable meeting rooms, and workspace.

You’ll also find some beautiful artworks adorning the walls – including bespoke pieces by the Adam Ellis Studio, whose striking designs you’ll also find in selected Ivy restaurants, Annabel’s Mayfair, Harry’s Club and The Botanist in Chelsea, to name just a few. Classy, much?

And unlike many other rental properties in the city centre, pets are welcome at Moda, Angel Gardens with no hidden or extra costs. 

For the ultimate in luxury modern living, you’ll want to check out the spacious new penthouse suites on the 33rd floor, with what must be one of the best views in the whole city.

This autumn, you can see for yourself when the penthouse suites will play host to Manchester’s highest dining venue as the team from Higher Ground take residency for a series of supper clubs.

At 100m high, the Manchester Food & Drink Festival pop-up will be Manchester’s highest dining venue with stunning views across the city and beyond. With just four dates available, the pop-up gives guests a one-off chance to dine in this stunning setting and capture one of the most iconic shots of Manchester.

You can enjoy drinks with a view, as the sun sets over the city, before sitting down for a four course meal served using fresh north west produce with paired wines to accompany.

Photo: Christian James

But no matter what size apartment you’re in, what really makes Moda stand out is the commitment to mental and physical wellbeing. From wellness workshops to rooftop yoga, they go above and beyond simply offering a gym. 

Moda Living has partnered with hero, who also work with over 50 national and international sports teams including sporting Premier League footballers and professional rugby players, to provide recipes, meal plans, physical programming and nutrition services for residents.

And there’s a strong sense of community, too – even during lockdown.

With a desire to stay connected to the city, Moda, Angel Gardens has worked with a number of local partners to host a series of virtual events exclusively for residents via their MyModa App. 

Residents have taken part in pasta making workshops with The Pasta Factory (with ingredients dropped to their front doors), made their own pizza with Noi Quattro, enjoyed beer tasting with Northern Monk, whisky tasting with Great Drams and wine tasting with Evuna. They’ve made at-home takeaways with Food Sorcery, had cocktails delivered to their door by Grindsmith and have enjoyed wellbeing sessions and workout classes from hero.

They’ve also been able to book bread deliveries from Pot Kettle Black, order beer to their doorstep from Shindigger Brewing Co, take advantage of fresh fruit and veg deliveries from Manchester based The Market Co, and enjoy sweets treats with Siop Shop doughnut deliveries.  

If you did want to just hang out in your apartment, of course, you’re well catered for that too. 

Every apartment comes complete with a 50” Samsung 4k ultra high definition smart TV, 250mbps broadband and heavily discounted Sky TV packages.

Floor to ceiling windows which means plenty of natural light, as well as high ceilings and ample storage so you don’t feel hemmed in.

But with the incredible amenities on offer, you might find you’re busier than ever – even if you’re not actually leaving the tower.

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