Cathedral Quarter, Sheffield

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Coordinates: 53°22′57″N 1°28′10″W / 53.3825°N 1.4695°W / 53.3825; -1.4695

For the Belfast area, see Cathedral Quarter, Belfast.

The Cathedral Quarter is one of Sheffield's eleven designated quarters, located around and named after the Cathedral. It is bound by Tenter Street to the Northwest, West Bar to the North, Snig Hill to the North east, Angel Street to the East, High Street and Church Street to the south and Townhead Street around its western corner.

The quarter is an office and retail location, containing the Church Street shops and is the regional centre of the former Midland Bank (now HSBC) in the Pennine Centre, on the South side of Tenter Street and also contains the St James' Tower.

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