The Great Northern Tower designed by Assael Architecture is a 72 metres (236 ft) sloped highrise apartment building located in Manchester, England. The building was proposed in 2001 and construction began in 2004 with completion in 2007. The total cost of the development was £32,800,000 and comprises 257 apartments.
The sloped style of the building was designed to complement the curved roof of the adjacent G-Mex building and create a distinctive silhouette to the Manchester skyline. Clad in glass, metal, and grey tiles, the tower slopes in profile from 10 to 25 storeys, has two levels in the basement and is the sixth tallest building in Manchester.