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Office Space in Manchester to Rent

Manchester, a city at the very heart of the industrial revolution, has long been viewed as an epicentre of business and manufacturing. There is a thriving office market in Manchester, with many businesses basing or relocating themselves to the North, avoiding higher London prices. The city is known for being divided in to key “quarters”, each one offering different amenities and atmosphere. The Northern Quarter is seen as the city’s cultural quarter, with a number of independent shops and eateries, and offers a trendy, low-key environment. For office space, Spinningfields would be the obvious choice, progressing into St John’s Quarter and with a large amount of contemporary and traditional space available.

Piccadilly Plaza, Manchester, M1

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King Street, Manchester, M2

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Oxford Court, Manchester, M2

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City Centre
You can see why the city centre office space is so sought after, with stunning architecture and a metropolitan feel to the city, it is a great place to be based. A number of excellent dining options can be found in the city, with restaurants such as The French by Simon Rogan, housed within the iconic Midland Hotel, holding the 2013 title of “Best Restaurant in Manchester”. Celebrity chef James Martin also has his own eatery within Manchester 235 Casino, which is sure to impress any clients and visitors. Beetham Tower, also known as the Hilton Tower, is a landmark skyscraper in the Deansgate area of Manchester city centre. The impressive tower stands at 169m high and is one of the tallest buildings in the UK. Well known businesses preferring a city centre location, include The Co-Operative Group, who have their headquarters in a contemporary, eye-catching property on Angel Square, and Umbro in the heart of the city. The city centre is incredibly easy to navigate, with a reliable tram system in operation, connecting you to the city’s quarters and wider area. Home to two large train stations, Manchester Piccadilly and Manchester Victoria, it offers no end of rail connections throughout the UK, with journey times to London Euston at just over 2 hours.

 

Media City
Media City is a new, unique, waterfront destination designed specifically for digital and creative industries and providing an environment in which they can thrive. ITV have a large presence here, with the Coronation Street set relocating from the centre to its new Media City home in 2013, the BBC are based here, along with Baby Cow Productions and many more. Office space is contemporary, with mostly floor to ceiling windows overlooking the water, and tenants at Media City will have access to fantastic amenities including restaurants Prezzo, Pizza Express and Wagamama and a range of shops, a hotel and cinema.

 

Trafford City & wider area
A now landmark destination in Manchester, the impressive Trafford Centre, part of newly named Trafford City, is home to hotels, restaurants, bars, cafes, shops, entertainment venues and event space – Event City. Event City, totalling 28000 sq mt, is located next to Barton Square and is the second largest exhibition space outside of London. Event City offers free parking for 3,000 cars and is a very popular choice of venue for conferences and exhibitions, having previously accommodated the national wedding fair, ideal home show and xfactor auditions. A number of office space providers are based at Trafford City, proving a popular location for businesses due to its proximity to such a range of amenities and Event City is a definite plus. Less than 10 miles away from Trafford City, you will find Manchester Airport, the largest airport outside of London, offers regular international flights and is a UK hub for Virgin airlines ensuring easy access to many worldwide destinations. Within the airport grounds you will find Manchester Business Park, a large business park with a number of attractive, modern properties offering grade A office space with unrivalled international transport links. Major multi-national businesses taking advantage of the proximity to the airport are Emirates, Ericsson and PZ Cussons, to name but a few.

 

Future Developments
Manchester will continue to grow over the coming years, with focus on business accommodation. Planning permission has been requested for four new skyscrapers in the Great Jackson Street area, which could provide office, retail, housing and leisure space. Manchester’s London Road Fire Station is set to be redeveloped into something completely new, named The Firehouse, and tours will be operating over the coming months for those who would like to take a look at the breath-taking property. The old Granada Studios site will see complete closure, as it is transformed into the new St Johns Quarter of the city. Due for completion in 2019, the quarter will see workspace, housing, independent food and drink outlets and green spaces a plenty.

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Brown Street, Manchester, M2

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Hardman Square, Manchester, M3

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Manchester Business Park, Cheadle, M22

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Princess Street, Manchester, M1

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Portland Street, Manchester, M1

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King Street, Manchester, M2

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Piccadilly, Manchester, M1

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