Your Guide to Renting in Manchester City Centre

Castlefields and Castlefield Locks

Covering the south west area of the city, Castlefield is a popular area that extends down the major thoroughfare of Deansgate and extends out to Castlefield Locks, just off the A56. The area is popular in particular with young professionals who enjoy both the close proximity to the city centre but the slightly more suburban feel compared to the most central city apartmentsd

Northern Quarter

The trendy, bohemian area of Manchester, which is popular both with young professionals and students that want to be in the thick of all that is happening now in Manchester. With a wealth of independent bars and restaurants on your doorstep, the Northern Quarter offers quirk and charm not found in other parts of the city.

Ancoats/ New IslingtonĀ 

The more budget option for fans of the Northern Quarter vibe, Ancoats lies on the other side of Great Ancoats Street, making city living more affordable due to the marginally longer walk to the central area. Ancoats is literally 5 minutes from the excitement of the Northern Quarter and offers a mixture of new builds and converted mills to suit all tastes.

Green Quarter

Located close to Victoria Railway Station, this group of purpose-built developments is particularly suitable for professionals who need quick access to a rail link or to the city’s ring road. The area is therefore popular with people who work in the city as well as those who commute to further afield. Modernity meets convenience.

Millennium Quarter

This is the name given to the area that was heavily regenerated following the IRA bomb attack in 1996, taking in the area around the cathedral, the Printworks entertainment complex and the Triangle and Arndale shopping centres. Residentially, the area is therefore popular with those for whom being a stone’s throw from exclusive shopping and exciting nightlife is a must.

The Village

One of the UK’s must well-loved gay quarters, The Village is home to a host of bars and entertainment venues, all set around the famous Canal Street. Being part of the old industrial centre of town, this area boasts a host of conversions and is ideal for those looking for properties with a bit of charm and character. Although parking can be tricky, there isn’t much need for a car when you live this centrally.

With such a diverse selection on offer in Manchester, we’re sure that we can help you find the perfect place to live.

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