Ahoy has unveiled a new website for Spinningfields in Manchester on behalf of developer Allied London.

The new site is intended to establish the business, retail and residential estate’s web presence as a destination in its own right.

The new Spinningfields site

The new Spinningfields site

Giving greater prominence for the Yellow Card discount card, the site features a scrolling events feed, cover-all social media feed and animated interactive route finder.

Paul Bailey, account director at AHOY, said: “Spinningfields is, without a doubt, the most exciting area in Manchester to be working on at the moment, and we’re delighted to do what we can to generate more footfall in an already bustling part of the City. The entire project has run without a hitch, and we’re delighted with the results.”

Kim Waddle, Spinningfields’ digital marketing manager, added: “Bringing Spinningfields to life online is crucial to the ongoing success of the estate as Manchester’s luxury dining and shopping destination.

“This new platform allows us to put Spinningfields’ restaurants and retailers at the heart of everything – telling their stories more effectively online, and breathing life into the concept of Spinningfields as a community.”

Ahoy, which has offices in Stockport and Liverpool, also works with the likes of The Mere Golf Resort, Neighbourhood and Steamhaus.