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Salford Quays is making a splash as the waterfront destination in the north. MediaCityUK makes the headlines nationally, but there’s more to dive into. There’s a collection of culture, shopping, top-notch restaurants and bars. All with views that will make you feel you’re looking at the Riviera rather than River Irwell.

Getting around is easy too. The tram access near Amplify Apartments means you can explore Salford and Manchester further with ease. After an apartment in Salford Quays? This is the one you’ve been waiting for.

Lifestyle with no limits

Lifestyle with no limits

Embracing its history, Salford Quays is creating an exciting place to live with community at its heart.

Bars such as The Alchemist and Lime Bar, provide fantastic waterfront views that will make you feel you’re looking at the Riviera rather than the River Irwell.

Get adventurous and take part in a wakeboarding session down at Helly Hansen Watersports Centre.

Pier Eight at The Lowry serves up British fine dining dishes, while Penelope’s Kitchen is a great spot for lunch too.

Making waves or riding waves

Making waves or riding waves

The water activities are what make Salford Quays unique, so for the more adventurous, Helly Hansen Watersports Centre is around the corner. Activities include wakeboarding and paddleboarding, perfect for beginners and more advanced learners.

Become part of the community and join the local Agecroft Rowing Club who you can find on the water most days. In the summer freshen up your Saturday mornings and take part in a Uswim session.

Culture on your doorstep

Culture on your doorstep

The Lowry has everything for culture vultures. Watch shows, satire, musicals and art exhibitions from some of the best in the country and abroad.

Mad for museums? The Imperial War Museum and Salford Museum & Art Gallery have great displays worth checking out.

Keep your eye out for Quays Culture too. They host large-scale arts events at MediaCity Piazza which focus on creativity, digital innovation and technology.

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