In the centre of the city. By the canal, near the station. Minutes from everything. With secret streets, gardens and terraces, and the best independent food and drink.
The heart of Kampus, a canal-side garden that’s open to all – a little bit wild, and a whole lot of lush. Surrounded by cafés and bars, happened upon almost by chance. Flashes of green are set against sandstone and warm brick reds, old, old cobbles and the beautiful canal. The perfect place to take a moment, sit back, meet friends. With leaves and flowers all year round, we reckon all that Manchester rain will finally prove good for something!
A beautifully renovated 1960s tower with balconies and terraces with open views across the city - and an unmistakable mid-century feel.Show me The Stack
A Victorian shipping warehouse that played a starring role in Manchester’s Industrial Revolution boom.Show me Minshull Warehouse
A former Victorian warehouse packed with historical features and character.Show me Minto & Turner
Like its sister, North Block, the apartments here are design-led and full of light.Show me South Block
A bold new addition to Manchester's skyline. Check its distinctive pixel windows, Lancashire red brick, exposed concrete features - and a rooftop village of Amsterdam-inspired Dutch houses.Show me North Block
Our village hall, host to everything from pop-up restaurants to maker workshops.Show me The Bungalow
We are independent at heart - and some of Manchester's finest indies join us at Kampus, for the best food, drink and community events.Food & Drink
Sitting pretty is our new public square - surrounded by some of the city’s best independent shops and eateries....read more
An industrial-atmospheric, al-fresco sort of a street, reopened after ten forgotten years....read more