People hold different culture and beliefs, which affects the day to day life, business, and interaction in the area. In the 1990’s various parts of Britain developed gay scenes and the culture was accepted in different regions of the country. Although the behavior was in different parts, it was more accepted and practiced in Manchester and more specifically in ‘The Village’. The city is a leisure town, and it is located in a town center which made it have people from different cultures and mostly those who supported gays. The behavior formed the identity of the town and had various social and economic impacts in the area. The paper evaluates the costs and benefits brought in a city when the gay precincts turn into ‘market asset’ according to Quilley (1997).