WiredScore Silver Rating for Burlington House
Burlington House is the first in Manchester to achieve a WiredScore Silver Rating.
12:03 29 October 2020
WiredScore has awarded the Burlington House in Manchester its silver rating under the residential certification. This is the first residential building to achieve such rating from the internationally recognised real estate rating scheme for digital connectivity.
Town Centre Securities PLC, the Leeds-based investor behind the development, has successfully proved its commitment to future-proofing the building by investing in the underlying digital infrastructure. As a result, the building is able to give renters a seamless digital experience with features like smart parcel management and 2N keyless entry, among others.
Burlington House is a 91 luxury waterfront apartment in the Piccadilly Basin development. It was designed by world-renowned Architects SimpsonHaugh to specifically deliver sophisticated city-center living.
Commenting on the achievement, Edward Ziff, Chairman and Chief Executive of TCS said: “We are delighted that Burlington House is the first residential development in Manchester to achieve a WiredScore Home rating for its digital connectivity. As well as the unique amenities on offer, our tenants benefit from the knowledge their that homes have the best possible level of connectivity and are prepared for the future.”
William Newton, President and Managing Director for WiredScore said: “We are delighted to see another forward thinking landlord undertake this commitment to excellent digital connectivity. Town Centre Securities recognise the value of investing in flexible, reliable digital infrastructure that will provide a superior in home experience for their renters, not just now, but in the years to come.”