Located at the heart of Manchester Science Park, the Bright Building is a state-of-the-art hub of innovative digital and tech businesses.
Enjoy views of some of the best architecture in Manchester in this green space which was opened in 2018 by The University of Manchester.
Bundobust Brewery in the St James Building on Oxford Street is the latest, and arguably the best addition to the ever-growing Bundobust chain.
Bunny Jackson’s is a late-night music venue, dive bar and American diner on First Street. Expect cocktails, cold beer and chicken wings.
Manchester Museum’s cafe is run by the people behind award-winning cafe Teacup Kitchen. The menu features home-baked cakes, the finest loose leaf teas and breakfast, as well as a wide selection of mains and meals for kids.
The team behind the award-winning street food venue GRUB have brought CAFF to First Street, promising ‘no messing brekkies and butties’.
A wide-ranging space, combining a restaurant, bar, gig space, discussion centre and more.
An innovative contemporary art gallery committed to supporting artists’ careers and talent development across Greater Manchester, the North West and beyond.
Circle Square is Manchester’s new neighbourhood. A place where ideas are brought to life, a place created for forward-thinking people to rub shoulders with pioneering businesses.
CityLabs is world-class hub for health innovation and precision medicine, part of Europe’s largest clinical academic campus.
A Concretene Bench cast especially for Corridor of Light as a symbol of Manchester’s commitment to sustainability.
The Oxford Road Corridor is the proud home of Manchester’s Confucius Institute, the second of its kind to be established in the UK.