Tenants sought for one of North West’s best-known buildings

Stockport Pyramid

Tenants are being sought for one of the best-known buildings in the North West.

The Stockport Pyramid was sold to Saudi Arabian investors in a deal worth £4.5m earlier this summer.

Eamar Developments acquired the Pyramid, which sits next to the M60, from the Co-Operative Bank.

Following the decision by the bank to move to NOMA in Manchester city centre and other sites the Pyramid became surplus to requirements.

The Pyramid includes 86,000 sq ft of office accommodation over five floors with 426 on-site car parking spaces.

And now Eamar has appointed Colliers International and Impey to jointly market the iconic office building.

Standing next to Junction 1 of the M60 is made up of open plan office space over five storeys with a central atrium and 426 on-site car parking spaces.

Eamar is planning a major refurbishment of the building to create Grade A office space, with the added opportunity of offering naming rights to potential occupiers.

The property is in the 4.5-acre Kings Valley business park, where other occupiers are BMW, MINI, Hyundai, Hallidays, Blue Sky Design Services, Numero, Equity Solutions and North Consulting.

The national offices team at the Manchester office of Colliers and Stockport-based chartered surveyors Impey believe the unique design and location will generate a high level of demand.

Dominic Pozzoni, director, national offices at Colliers, said: “The forthcoming availability of The Pyramid represents an exciting and unique opportunity for businesses to acquire an exceptional HQ office building in an outstanding location.

“Upon completion of the refurbishment, The Pyramid will help to address the strong level of demand from businesses seeking Grade A office space in South Manchester.”

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