Grade II listed, a jewel in Manchester’s proud past as the first industrial city, with confident architecture to match its ambition.
Grade II listed, a jewel in Manchester’s proud past as the first industrial city, with confident architecture to match its ambition. There’s over a century of Mancunian heritage behind a classic white facade that stands out from its redbrick neighbours. The office floors have been re-thought, reconfigured and re-presented to offer the modernity and large, clear floorplates that businesses need to thrive.
Whitworth Street is perhaps Manchester’s most architecturally grand thoroughfare, a place that constantly reminds of how Manchester’s rich commercial history has been transformed into a thrilling future. Just two minutes stroll away in Manchester’s Oxford Road Station, putting you at the heart of the national rail network. St Peter’s Square, a key hub of city life and the City’s modernised Metrolink tram network is five minutes walk away.
Manchester Oxford Road (0.1 miles)
Manchester Piccadilly (0.5 miles)
Deansgate (0.5 miles)