Embankment is rising up on a site that’s been at the heart of things for 1000 years, a place that has always played a vital and vibrant role in the local economy. This location, of which the development forms a key part, is undergoing a transformation that will make it – commercially, residentially, and culturally – Manchester’s most exciting and desirable quarter.

Where past, present and future meet all just minutes away

For major music and sporting events, look no further than the 21,000 seater Manchester Arena, the UK’s biggest indoor venue and ranked third busiest in the world.

Set in a green oasis of calm, on the banks of the River Irwell, Embankment will be part of central Manchester’s most attractive open space.

All the colour - and fantastic food - of the UK’s second largest Chinatown, not far from Embankment.

With nearly 300 students, Chetham’s School of Music is the UK’s largest and most highly regarded music school.

Not just one of the North’s great spiritual centres, Manchester Cathedral hosts a wide range of cultural and musical events like Alicia Keys in concert.

Picture this: you enjoying a lunchtime browse in Manchester Art Gallery, featuring one of the country’s finest art collections.

The Royal Exchange Theatre puts on a dazzling variety of productions, in one of the city’s most beautiful buildings.

Fantastic food markets are yet another tempting reason to move to this part of Manchester.