The city of Manchester has undergone successive decades of regeneration and redevelopment since I was born there in the early 1970s. Back then, the city was in economic decline, with the closure of textile and manufacturing industries. But the expansion of Manchester Airport, development of the Trafford Centre, construction of Beetham Tower, regeneration of Salford Quays and creation of MediaCity UK are just some examples of the area’s subsequent resilience and growth.
More recently, the city has seen further investment with the expansion of the Metrolink tram network and the development of the Manchester Enterprise Zone. It has became known as a leading centre for technology and innovation and the area incorporating the University of Manchester has undergrone significant expansion, including the construction of the Hyatt Regency Manchester building in 2018. Occupying the uppermost floors (floors 13-18) of this building, and sharing the same
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