Chapel Wharf is located in the docklands in Salford on the banks of the River Irwell, one of Greater Manchester's most diverse and exciting areas, close to Manchester city centre.
Chapel Wharf sits on the banks of the River Irwell, next to the Lowry Hotel. It is well connected, with Salford Central Station and Manchester Victorian Station both nearby, and just along canal is are the shops and businesses of Deansgate, Spinningfield and the rest of the city. Also nearby are Salford Quays and MediaCityUK which has been home to CBBC, BBC Sport and ITV Granda since 2011.
Over a mile long and the main road through Manchester city centre, this street is home to various bars and restaurants as well as landmark buildings and businesses including John Rylands Library, Manchester Cathedral, the Beetham Tower and Kendal’s department store.
A neighbourhood which feels like a village, the Northern Quarter is full of record shops, independent restaurants and some of the city’s liveliest music venues, which host up-and-coming indie bands and established acts. Cultural attractions include the artists’ studios at Manchester Craft and Design Centre, and rotating exhibitions at the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art.
One of Manchester’s newest developments, Media City is located on the city’s old industrial ports. The area is a residential, cultural and business centre, home to the BBC, ITV, The Imperial War Museum North, a cinema and multiple bars and restaurants.
The city’s financial district, this area is also a great spot to go after work to one of the many bars or restaurants. Spinningfields is also rich in history and culture, home to the Manchester Opera House and The People’s History Museum, which focuses on the city’s working-class history.
A waterway in the Northwest of England which links Manchester to the Irish Sea. This 26 mile long stretch of water was first opened in 1894 and was a vibrant trading hub. Today, it is home to a wide range of vessels available for private charter. Today, key landmarks on the canal include Bridgewater house and the Silver Jubilee Bridge.
Adele has loved Tib street ever since she was a child and used to spend hours staring at the pet shop windows that used to line it.
Open for 17 years to date, Northern Flower prides itself on its potting-shed feel, moving away from the more intimidating vibe of some florists.
Myra moved from Singapore to Manchester 3 years ago and is now the general manager at Salford General Store. A store built around the community it serves.
A physical and online store stocking a varied collection of simple and useful lifestyle and home products.
A hair salon in a Bleeker Street style space where all the stylists are freelance.
An Italian restaurant serving traditional Italian dishes that go beyond the classics.
The Black Friar serves drinks and food and in a resurrected pub building, which was rebuilt in 1886.
A potting shed style florist selling flowers that are a little out of the ordinary.
Manchester’s first queer bookstore offering a wide range of titles, free coffee and working to support the local community.
A shop selling a wide range of food, clothes and toys for dogs.
A modern corner shop selling craft beer, vegan products, and reusable household products.
Additional dates have been added to the interactive art display at Chapel Wharf, created by Manchester-based designer Tim Denton.
Manchester-based creative and designer Tim Denton has teamed up with Dandara Living at Chapel Wharf to create a unique interactive art installation.
Chapel Wharf has been announced as one of the first locations for this year’s 50 Windows of Creativity.
Chapel Wharf is developed and operated by Dandara Living, the rental division of the Dandara Group.