In between the Three Graces and Albert Dock, Mann Island has seen mass regeneration over the last decade. The area, which is home to the Mann Island development, has been redeveloped with a £135m scheme, which will see restaurants and major chains move to Mann Island. Mann Island is also home to brand new buildings which are representative in today's Liverpool, such as the new Museum Of Liverpool and the modernist Mann Island Buildings.
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