Stylish office block being taken to market

Spring Gardens

One of the most stylish offices in Manchester is being marketed by property firm Savills.

Catella APAM, the specialist UK real estate asset and investment manager, has instructed Savills as the joint letting agent at 60 Spring Gardens in Manchester city centre, working alongside CBRE.

Arranged over four levels, the office building includes 22,000 sq ft of stylish workspace with available office space ranging from suites of 2,500 sq ft to floors of 5,670 sq ft.

The building features a modern reception area, along with contemporary seating areas, communal meeting space, cycle storage and changing facilities.

Located within Manchester’s original central business district, 60 Spring Gardens is situated in close to King Street with its array of local amenities.

Six by Nico and Black Sheep Coffee are based in the ground floor of the building, with other nearby operators including Rosso, King Street Townhouse and Hotel Gotham. Neighbouring occupiers include Booking.com, Bet365 and WeWork.

Daniel Barnes, associate director in the office agency team at Savills, comments: “60 Spring Gardens is a landmark office building in Manchester city centre, presenting a fantastic opportunity to acquire premium, boutique office accommodation in the traditional CBD. With stylish, flexible workspace and a range of high quality amenities on the doorstep, we’re expecting good interest.”

Quoting rents at the property are £26 per sq ft.

 

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