Manchester is a city with a rich and diverse history. Today it is a cultural hotspot, home to several different industries and an increasingly popular location for businesses to relocate to.
Here we look at what serviced office space in Manchester can offer.
Manchester City Centre offers a range of different serviced office spaces from small offices for start-ups to large open plan spaces. All offices come fully furnished and wi-fi ready, allowing businesses to get straight down to work.
Many will offer front of house reception services, meeting rooms, breakout areas, and kitchen facilities. However, some locations may provide these amenities on a pay-as-you-use basis. From modern new builds to repurposed period buildings, landlords are recognising the benefit of delivering cutting-edge, up-to-date facilities to entice businesses of all sizes to Manchester.
Best of all, businesses can receive competitive rental rates with private office spaces ranging between £250 and £500 per person per month (excluding VAT), depending on office space, location, and facilities.
Looking to rent a serviced office in Manchester? Browse our portfolio here >
Manchester provides a rich choice of hotels ranging from popular chains, such as Ibis and Jury’s Inn, for anyone travelling for business, which offers cost-effective accommodation and convenience for clients.
The Hampton by Hilton in the Northern Quarter is a quiet but slightly higher market option, well situated for restaurants, bars and retail. In contrast, those with a little higher budget would enjoy the Lowry in Salford, which often plays host to celebrities.
Anyone wishing to entertain clients will be blown away by the choice of restaurants in the city. The Curry Mile is the largest concentration of South Asian restaurants outside the sub-continent. At the same time, there is a host of affordable but outstanding options to suit all palettes and budgets.
Manchester is well served by three train stations in the city centre. Piccadilly links the city with direct high-speed services to and from London and Birmingham; Victoria links Liverpool to the west and Yorkshire to the east. Oxford Road serves most commuter services into the city from many commuter towns and villages.
Meanwhile, Manchester Airport is the busiest airport outside of London and is the most important international and domestic hub in the north of England. Regular train services take approximately 20 minutes into the city centre.
Once in the city, the well-designed road network makes traversing the city by car easy; however, many prefer to cycle, take the excellent tram service, or one of the 600 bus routes, allowing easy navigation and interconnectivity.
Business & Commerce Hub
Great Ancoats Street, Trinity Way, and Whitworth Street provide the general boundaries to the city centre’s central business district; however, despite the large concentration of businesses in such a confined area, it doesn’t feel as busy as many other cities.
One of the most rapidly expanding cities in the UK, this density of commerce has become the economic heartland of Manchester, setting the city up to become an attractive location for businesses, workers, and artists to move to. With almost 23,000 companies in Manchester, the city’s future looks set to be prosperous.
Ready to start your Manchester office search? Contact our expert team of consultants today on 0800 433 7888 or email email@example.com. Alternatively, you can browse our range of serviced offices in Manchester here.