These historic apartments offer the very best of city centre living

Make the most of living in one of the world’s most exciting cities - with top theatre, shopping, restaurants and nightlife on your doorstep
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Ever dreamed of living at the heart of one of the most exciting cities in the world? 

Manchester’s centrally-located Chapel Walks is home to The Chambers, a complex of fourteen luxurious apartments built into three of the city’s most characterful and historic buildings. 

Each apartment is a bespoke creation that carefully blends modern fitted kitchens by Beckermann and bathrooms by Tissino with period features that have been carefully restored.  

These Victorian masterpieces have housed all manner of commercial operations since they were constructed during Manchester’s 19th century industrial awakening. Now they’ve been reimagined by HC Developments as modern living spaces for today’s most dynamic professionals. 

Aside from the kudos of living in high-quality homes with a fascinating history, the location means you’re practically next door to Sam’s Chop House and a short stride from famous King Street, which is rich with glamorous bars and high-end restaurants.

El Gato Negro, Bem Brasil, and Manchester legends Mr Thomas’ Chop House and The Armenian Taverna are just some of the acclaimed names on this elegant strip, making it a must-visit destination for the discerning foodie. 

And if you’re after a coffee surrounded by like-minded people, you’ll find a wealth of bustling cafes, including the delightful Bubbleology, a Korean-style bubble-tea joint.       

And from here you’re roughly five minutes’ walk from Selfridges and Harvey Nichols, two luxurious shopping magnets packed to the brim with longed for designer labels.

One of the greatest things about Manchester is its world-famous nightlife scene – and at The Chambers you’re not far from the beating heart of the action. 

The Printworks, Manchester’s famous entertainment hotspot, is a short walk away, as is the Northern Quarter, the more bohemian part of town where secret raves rub shoulders with boutique galleries and independent pubs. 

Here, you’ll find local-fave The Castle Hotel, where artists and craft beer connoisseurs join forces to indulge in CAMRA-approved real ales, plus hot live jazz around the corner at Matt and Phred’s. 

If it’s comedy you’re after, Oldham Street’s Frog & Bucket has long been a showcase for the best up and coming comedians in the country, with many famous names popping in to try out new material. 

For all you culture vultures, The Chambers is right beside the Royal Exchange Theatre with its world-quality dramatic productions, as well as the Bridgewater Hall, a renowned centre for classical music, and the Manchester City Art Gallery, which hosts a glorious collection of art from across the ages. 

Architectural delights are everywhere, including the historic St Ann’s Church and not to mention the hidden gem that is St Mary’s RC Church. 

But you can’t survive on nights out and beautiful surroundings alone. 

Market Street has everything for all your shopping home-cooking needs, including several supermarkets and bargains galore at the expansive indoor Arndale Market for those cosy nights in.   

And you’re in the perfect position to explore not only the rest of Manchester but the entire country. 

Nearby trams take you to the two great transport hubs of Salford and Piccadilly, opening up the whole of the North West and providing easy access to London and all other major UK cities. 

With the delights of Manchester at your doorstep, there’s nowhere better to make your home than The Chambers development on Chapel Walks. 

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