A former textile mill in Bolton is being transformed into 150 Manhattan-style loft apartments.

And people interested in living in the former Globe Works are being given the chance to look around the £24million development when a show apartment opens next month.

Situated between Bridgeman Place and Lower Bridgeman Street, the seven-storey landmark building is nearing completion by property developer Empire.

Once completed it will bring one, two and three bedroom apartments to the market, with developers describing the homes as having a 'modern, open plan design'.

Leisure facilities at the development include a basement swimming pool, exercise rooms and a cinema combined with resident concierge services.

Sales agent James Birch from Charles Louis Homes said: “This prestigious conversion is close to the centre of Bolton and to the motorway network allowing easy and quick to Manchester and other Northern Powerhouse towns and cities.

“With the total population of Bolton expected to grow by between 22,000 and 29,000 over the next twenty years and a significant growth in the high value, high skills industries, it’s important that there’s local property available to reflect the needs of this discerning generation of home buyers.”

The development is expected to be completed in June.

Prices will range from £148,500 for a one bedroom, one bathroom apartment to £324,500 for a two-bedroom, three bathroom property.

The Globe Works properties are available with the support of the government’s Help to Buy scheme.

Charles Louis Homes is hosting a Globe Works show apartment open event on March 7 and 8 from 10am until 2pm.

To register your interest or for further information about Globe Works visit https://www.charleslouishomes.co.uk/new-builds/ or call 0161 959 0166.