Allied London has agreed a deal to bring the first restaurant to its Avenue North retail and leisure building in Spinningfields.
Neighbourhood, which will open later this year, is the brainchild of James Hitchen, the man who created Southern Eleven, also at Spinningfields. The 200-cover Neighbourhood will trade from a 4,000 sq ft unit at the entrance to Avenue North opposite the Oast House pub.
Neighbourhood will be a New York style all-day restaurant fashioned on the Meatpacking District. The interior has been designed by Cheshire-based Innex Design.
Hitchen said: "Following on the success of Southern Eleven at, I am thrilled to be opening on Avenue North. It's my second venture, it will be a totally new dining experience for Manchester and I am looking forward to opening the doors later this year."
Mike Ingall, chief executive, Allied London Properties, said: "I am very pleased James has chosen Avenue North as the location for Neighbourhood, it will be an excellent asset to Spinningfields."
Formerly known as Manchester House, Tower 12 comprises 75,000 sq ft. There is 40,000 sq ft of office space over ten floors above ten retail and leisure units on ground and first.
Avenue North was designed by Sheppard Robson.