Green Quarter

The Green Quarter is an area of Manchester, England, just north of the city centre between Cheetham, Strangeways and the River Irk.

Manchester's Green Quarter

From the mid-nineteenth century, the area, then known as Red Bank,[1] was a slum housing impoverished Jewish immigrants from Eastern Europe, but is now home to digital start-ups and e-commerce businesses, new apartments, microbreweries, gin distilleries and restaurants.[2]


  1. ^ Celebrating Red Bank, Manchester Evening News, 17 June 2010
  2. ^ This hidden, run-down area of Manchester hosts some of the coolest parties in the city, Manchester Evening News, 20 July 2016

Coordinates: 53°29′24″N 2°14′20″W / 53.490°N 2.239°W / 53.490; -2.239