City Centre Outskirts
Situated just to the south of the City Centre the redevelopment of Hulme began in the early 1990’s and has been continuing since. Properties in the area are predominantly modern apartments and houses
In 1999 Hulme Park was the first new park to be built in Manchester for nearly 50 years and residents can take advantage of a high quality football pitch, a basketball/netball court, a skateboard area with specialist activity equipment, a sunken sensory garden, a granite paved performance area known as Zion Square, and picnic tables.
Grove Village is situated in Ardwick under a mile away from the city centre located by Stockport Road. The area has been totally redeveloped and so properties in the area are new build houses or apartments.
Fronting Stockport Road underneath ‘The Core’ apartments are a selection of convenience stores and food outlets. Due to it proximity to the city and its hospitals the area is popular with professionals and some students.
During the industrial revolution Victoria Park was one of of Manchester’s most affluent suburbs and it is now home to around 20 listed buildings There are impressive Victorian houses, some of which have since been converted into apartments, as well as pockets of more modern developments.
There are several private and University Halls in the area including Dalton Ellis Halls which was the first in Manchester.