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Considering a move to Manchester? Thinking about living in Manchester City Centre? Manchester City Centre is particularly popular with those relocating from continental Europe, young professionals and those post children who want to enjoy their new found freedom! This recent M.E.N. article has lots of great information about the different areas within Manchester City Centre.

For a more personal approach to your relocation please get in touch. We can help you discover if Manchester City Centre really is for you or if your lifestyle is better suited to one of the lovely suburbs surrounding Manchester such as Didsbury, Altrincham, Bramhall and Wilmslow.

"More people are living in Manchester city centre than ever before.

The city’s skyline has changed dramatically in the last decade, with new developments seemingly announced every week.

So we have trawled the property market, grilled numerous estate agents and city centre residents and analysed property prices to bring you the ultimate guide to the best places to buy/rent a city bolthole.

Four neighbourhoods which came out top; Spinningfields, Northern Quarter , Ancoats, and Castlefield and we’ve also included neighbouring Salford Quays , another top pick for people wanting a slice of the high-life .

So here is everything you need to know if you’re thinking of taking the plunge into the greatest city on Earth.


Leftbank development, Spinningfields

Popular with footballers and soap stars, and boasting a whole host of swanky restaurants and bars, Spinningfields is the place to be...if you can afford it.

Lettings manager at Jordan Fishwick, Alex Stacey, said: “It’s about the reputation. It’s the amenities, there’s a wealth of bars and restaurants right on your doorstep.

“A lot of couples look for a one bedroom apartment there, when they could get two bedrooms a little further out, because they’re in a more desirable area.”

Where is the best place to live?

Leftbank development, Spinningfields

Let’s be honest, if you’re even contemplating living in Spinningfields then you’ve got a few quid to spend.

However, even with the longest arms and the deepest of pockets you will have to dig deep, depending on what you want.

As you can guess, popularity comes with a price and one of the most popular developments in Spinningfields is Bauhaus, which currently has a two bedroom apartment on the market for £495,000.

Or if that’s out of your price range try the very fancy Leftbank, where you can snap up another two bed for £339,950.


Spinningfields is not for anyone on a tight budget and prices typically vary anywhere from £165,000 to upwards of £1m.

If you’re looking to rent a property then you can expect to pay between £900 p/m and an astonishing £2,000 p/m.

What is there to do?

The Alchemist.
The Alchemist is one of many bars and restaurants in Spinningfields

When you’re not sipping on cocktails in Alchemist or chowing down with the stars at Australasia there is more than enough to keep you occupied.

In the summer, residents and office workers get out and enjoy the sun at the Maker’s Market which comes to town in July/August, with everything from tasty treats to vintage photography to hang in your penthouse apartment.

And when Christmas time rolls around, the stunning ice rink which returns to Hardman Square this year after having been moved briefly to London Road."

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