Dinner will soon come with a spectacular view, as new plans for the Lowry Outlet to become a vibrant waterside dining destination have been revealed by Lifestyle Outlets.
‘The Watergardens’, an elegant new dining concept, has been designed by architects Chapman Taylor to make the most of the waterfront location in Salford Quays. The proposed restaurants will boast some of the best waterside views in Greater Manchester.
It’s an ideal opportunity to escape the city bustle and enjoy relaxed dining, with scenic views across the Quays.
And that’s not all. A new waterfront promenade, improved public spaces and integrated planting along the canal will connect the Millennium Bridge to the Outlet Mall, creating a unique landscaped waterside location. Ideal for a scenic stroll, or even better, an after-dinner walk.
The Watergardens will incorporate biophilic design principles, strengthening the connection between the natural elements and the man-made environment for improved well-being. So it could be considered an eco-positive expansion, too.
Since acquiring the Lowry Outlet, Lifestyle Outlets have already invested millions of pounds with a further £26 million investment planned that will secure over 1900 jobs.
“The redevelopment will transform the southern waterside of the Lowry Outlet, allowing people to relax and dine with some of the finest waterfront views,” said Jason Pullen, managing director of Lifestyle Outlets.
“When the work is complete, the Lowry Outlet will be a unique shopping and leisure destination that will draw people from across the region to Salford Quays and MediaCityUK.”