Manchester is a lively city with an enormous amount to do and nothing is very far away to travel to.
Its people take pride in their appearance, are friendly, and intelligent conversationalists. The average age of residents is 33 while the median age is lower at 29.
It has the third largest economy in the United Kingdom and is the third most visited city by foreigners in the UK. It is a multi-cultural city with the largest ethnic minority being+ Read More
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This quarter, originally called Redbank in the mid-19th Century, was inhabited by the poorest of Eastern European Jewish immigrants.
Now the area contains digital start-ups, e-commerce businesses, new apartments, microbreweries, gin distilleries and restaurants.
This area is well populated and has grown in a relatively short period, mainly due to the excellent accommodation offered, it is not only affordable for owner-occupiers but also investors and tenants alike, so is popular with young professionals
Victoria Station, and Metrolink stop are only a 10 minute walk away. The Green Quarter is located Close to Ludgate Hill yet only a short walk to the main shopping areas, and the Northern Quarter
With its railway arches used for new independent businesses, the Green Quarter maintains its industrial heritage.
The Pilcrow Pub holds+ Read More
The Printworks, with its restaurants, bars, and gym as well as cinema, is around 9 minutes’ walk away and there are numerous other cinemas within a 5 to 10 minute drive away.
HOME, 9 minutes’ drive away, is a centre for international contemporary art, theatre, and film.
Palace Theatre, a similar distance away is one of Manchester’s leading...