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Manchester City Centre is evolving so rapidly that
week by week new shops, bars, restaurants and other
attractions are being opened. It has many
attractions from Theatres to nightclubs, Manchester
has it all in close proximity making it almost a
The main areas are:
Since the redevelopment of the area began in 1991,
Hulme has undergone a complete transformation, with
much of the sixties deck-access housing demolished
and replaced with new houses making it a desirable
place to live with a great location near the city
centre offering affordable housing and plenty of car
parking, gardens and excellent access to the motorway
network. This area is hugely popular for Professionals and
Students alike who want affordable housing and the
City Centre on their doorstep!
Located on the Bridgewater Canal Basin. The best
aspects of Castlefield are its mix of old and
new, its views over shimmering water, its bridges,
viaducts and walkways and its proximity to the
city centre. Media and high tech industries are
based here, including software developers and
radio stations. Residents of apartments in both
restored warehouses and newbuild developments
enjoy panoramic views over water and restored
industrial buildings. With its open public
spaces, including an outdoor events arena,
Castlefield is ideal for festivals, which take
place throughout the year. If you want Canal side
living with good access to the Canal side bars and
the city centre without the cars then this is for
Located in the middle of the City Centre.
During the day the main stretch known as Deansgate
is alive with business suits and rubbing shoulders
with shoppers scanning the designer clothes outlets.
After Dark the dress code around Deansgate becomes
typically smart-casual and the trendiest bars to be
seen in are right here. This is the place to be if
you want to be in the centre of it all.
Close by Piccadilly railway station, Manchester Village consists
of several block of streets, the most famous being
which was made famous by the Channel four drama
series Queer As Folk. If you are into house music, pop
music, drag queens, karaoke or cabaret you'll find it in the
village. As well as a multitude of chilled out venues to relax
over a latte. It also has great shopping and loads of places
to eat out and party like mad. Opposite the village is
Manchester's famous China Town which is a fabulous place to eat.
Over the years the Village has become an established residential area
with a mixture of renovated old buildings and new purpose
designed apartments. The
building and the stunning new
adds to the real city feeling.
and traditionally the
garment district. The area is being rediscovered as a
residential area with many of the old mills and
warehouses currently being converted into
swanky apartments. The Northern Quarter has also come
alive as an alternative area for trendy bars, clubs
and upmarket restaurants.
Developed as a residential area several years ago on
the docks of the Manchester Ship Canal, the Quays is
Greater Manchester's unique waterfront destination,
situated just 15 minutes by tram from Manchester
city centre. At The Quays there are a wealth of
world-class entertainment, leisure and cultural
facilities on offer including The Lowry,
Manchester United Museum and Tour, Imperial War
Museum North and the Lowry Outlet Mall Complex.
Living in this area offers great views and waterside
living with convenient car parking and amazing nightlife choice.
Less than 10 mins walk from Deansgate and close to the
MEN Arena, the Trinity area of Salford is great for
easy access to Manchester City Centre and all of its bars/clubs,
theatres and many other attractions. Within walking distance to
the University of Salford, ideally located for access to the
M60/M602/M56 motorway networks, Manchester Victoria Station
and the Metrolink. Stunning new developments like 'City
and 'The Edge' are turning this re-generation area into a serious contender!
On the doorstep of Manchester (only 2 miles out of its
centre), Blackley and surrounding areas are part of the
'North Manchester Regeneration Area'- a special project
set up by the City Council and private company Bellways-
to improve existing housing, build new homes and improve
the environment. Blackley is home to the North Manchester
General Hospital and close to the brand new Manchester
Fort Shopping Complex. In addition, it is ideally located
for access to the M60/M62/M66/M602/M61 motorway networks.