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August 16, 2016

Trend Central: Manchester Place

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Manchester Place is a friendly community between two new trendy districts!


Our neighbourhood is the perfect place to live if you want to be close to Downtown and the new and exciting shops, restaurants, and entertainment popping up all around us. Manchester Place is located at 10620 115 Street in the quiet residential neighbourhood of Queen Mary Park. Our building is nestled between the new Brewery District and the new Ice District, offering unlimited possibilities.

Matterhorn Investing is excited about the new additions to the neighbourhood. We've got all the details to help you find the best shopping, dining, and entertainment close to home.

If you are looking for a unique shopping experience, then the new Brewery District, constructed using the Old Molson Brewery, is the place to go. Located next to the popular Oliver Square, this district is home to the all new Loblaw's City Market a supermarket loaded with extras like fresh sushi to go, a cheese shop, and a patisserie.

Some of the best dining locations can be found minutes from Manchester Place. Cibo Bistro serves excellent meals made from fresh local ingredients and Brewsters combines a delicious menu with exceptional beers.

The Ice District has your entertainment needs covered with the new Rogers Place Arena and the new Grand Villa Casino at its core. Other exciting additions will be the Winter Garden which will act as a pedway to the arena and a public gathering place with year round comfort.

Queen Mary Park features a spray pad, playground, and plenty of green space to enjoy. Additionally, the MacEwan University Sport and Wellness Centre, a fitness and aquatic centre open to everyone, is just five minutes from Manchester Place.

There is a transit stop just a few steps away and easy access to major roads allowing you to travel throughout the city with ease.

Are you looking to live close to the new exciting districts? Contact Manchester Place and view our apartments today.