Chapel Wharf is located in Salford on the banks of the River Irwell, one of Greater Manchester's most diverse and exciting areas, close to the city centre.
Chapel Wharf is located on the border of Salford and Manchester. On one side of the development is Salford, with its waterways, green spaces and arts, culture and shopping. On the other side, across the River Irwell, is Deansgate and Manchester city centre with everything it has to offer.
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 exhibitions at the Centre for Chinese Contemporary Art.
15 minute walk from Chapel Wharf
A pedestrianised area in the middle of the Gay Village, Canal Street is recognised as the UK’s LGBTQ+ centre outside of London. The Gay Village plays host to many annual events, including Sparkle the Trans Festival and is the centre of Manchester Pride.
20 minute walk from Chapel Wharf
The city’s financial district, which has been described as the ‘Canary Wharf of the North’, is also a great spot to go after work to one of its 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.
9 minute walk from Chapel Wharf
One of Manchester’s more relaxed neighbourhoods, Castlefield is located next to the Bridgewater and Rochdale Canals. Along its banks you can see the Museum of Science & Industry and the old Roman fortress on Liverpool Road. It also houses some of Manchester’s best independent bars and pubs, together with a number of the city’s finest restaurants as well as the Castlefield Bowl, a canal-side outdoor venue that hosts rock and classical concerts.
18 minute walk from Chapel Wharf
An old textile district, Ancoats is now home to one of Manchester’s most diverse cultural scenes. Famous for its international food offerings, a walk through the winding streets reveals Scandinavian cafes, Japanese teahouses and Mexican restaurants.
23 minute walk from Chapel Wharf
A physical and online store stocking a varied collection of simple and useful lifestyle and home products.
Manchester’s first queer bookstore offering a wide range of titles, free coffee and working to support the local community.
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.
An independent coffee shop with an in-house roastery.
A shop selling a wide range of food, clothes and toys for dogs.
This 5-star, independent hotel has a spa, restaurant and extensive art collection.
A potting shed style florist selling flowers that are a little out of the ordinary.
Dandara Living received the 'Local Sourcing' Community Award for our Stafford Yard development in Bristol at the 2023 Leading Lights Awards.
We are pleased to announce that Dandara Living has won the Bronze Award for 'Best Build to Rent Developer' at the WhatHouse Awards 2023.
Dandara Living Shortlisted in Prestigious BTR 360 Awards.
Chapel Wharf is developed and operated by Dandara Living, the rental division of the Dandara Group.
Dandara Living Management Limited, Vertex 2nd Floor, 1 Tabley Court, Victoria Street, Altrincham, WA14 1EZ
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