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News Archive - August/September 2016

Work commences on £1.7m restaurant and cocktail bar

Work commences on £1.7m restaurant and cocktail bar

Photo courtesy of Reid Architects

Work has started on the construction of a £1.7m cocktail bar and restaurant in Salford Quays’ MediaCityUK.

Designed by Reid Architects, the scheme is being developed for Living Ventures by MediaCityUK, a joint venture between the Peel Land and Property Group and Legal and General Capital.

The facility is located on the site known as The Bund, which sits on the bridge that links MediaCityUK to The Lowry and is adjacent to the expansive waterfront.

The futuristic 450sq m building will feature a gold-clad roof and walls externally, while a terrace will cantilever out over the canal, creating a waterside al fresco drinks and dining space.

“As a team, we are delighted that The Alchemist will be opening in MediaCityUK and hugely excited now that work is underway. It promises to be a popular addition to, what is now, a vibrant area for both work and play. The building itself will definitely make a statement, with some remarkable bespoke features. We believe it will become a truly iconic building in time,” says Simon Potts, managing director of The Alchemist.

Work on the restaurant, which is part of the Living Ventures restaurant group, is due to complete in spring 2017.

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