With exclusive, high-end shopping at one end and the historical Castlefield at the other, Deansgate is known as the main artery that runs through Manchester and is the longest road in the city at over one mile in length. A road with ancient historical notoriety, Deansgate was formerly a Roman route that connected the Mamucium settlement in Castlefield and the River Medlock.
Home to many popular attractions such as the National Football Museum, Deansgate Locks, and with access to several designer stores such as Armani, DKNY, Mulberry, and Flannels, Deansgate is a very popular area amongst those visiting and living within Manchester and links many of the city’s attractions and transport hubs. With plenty of independent and sought-after restaurants just a short walk away, residents living in Deansgate will never be short of things to do in the area and will only be 10-minutes from any of Manchester’s universities.
On the main road through Manchester with access to many of the city’s attractions
With Victoria station at one end and Deansgate station at the other, and Metrolink services just 1-minute away
Providing access to some of Manchester’s most high-end retailers and 5* restaurants