A visible commitment to sustainability and designed by award-winning architectural practice Tonkin Liu, this 40m high flue tower and shell lace structural façade encloses a highly efficient source of heat and power for some of Manchester’s most iconic buildings.
Much loved Japanese tea house, Tsujiri has opened its second Manchester site at Circle Square
Located at the south end of Oxford Road between the universities, hospital site and Whitworth Park, the Turing Tap is a handy pub with an extensive, all-day food menu.
Based in the heart of Oxford Road, Umami is a restaurant serving up Sushi, Ramen and Asian Fusion food at a delicious price.
University Green is a modern home for retailers and food and drink outlets as well as a tree-lined green space for the public to enjoy.
Known for its distinct drum shape on Oxford Road, University Place is part of the University of Manchester and has the largest dedicated lecture theatre in the Greater Manchester.
Utility on Oxford Road is the place to go for that special gift, for something original, and different.
Victoria Baths is located just outside of the Oxford Road Corridor, but it’s an iconic treasure that’s well worth a visit.
This 18-acre park opposite the Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust is an eye-catching green space and home to the Whitworth Art Gallery.
WOOD Manchester offers one of the city’s best fine dining experiences, from the locally-loved winner of 2015 MasterChef winner Simon Wood.
Four floors of YES with something for everyone – including a rooftop bar, two live music spaces, a club space, DJs and extensive coffee, street food and bar selection.
Made with loving care, this is tea taken to the next level. Yi Fang Fruit Tea at University Green’s recipes have deep roots.