Irish Consulate to relocate NW office following Hyphen deal
Blue Coast Capital has announced its latest letting at 75 Mosley Street’s all-electric Hyphen building in deal with the Consulate General of Ireland.
The Consulate will be taking up space on the sixth floor, South on a 15-year lease, resulting in the building now being more than 90% let.
Hyphen, which boasts exceptional ESG credentials, was acquired by Blue Coast Capital last September and offers high quality, sustainable workspaces, with a significant proportion of the building available on a ‘plug and play’ approach.
There is also access to communal roof space, a premium coffee shop and lifestyle gym, all within a great location of Manchester’s prime CBD, overlooking St Peter’s Square.
The Irish Consulate is currently located in temporary offices at Lowry House on Marble Street.
Work will begin shortly on the fit-out of the new permanent Chancery space with a view to relocating to Hyphen in early 2025.
Blue Coast is soon to commence a high quality, design-led fully fitted and furnished space of 3,399 sq ft on the fourth floor, North, expected to attract strong interest. Once leased, the building will be more than 95% occupied.
Matthew Lester, Asset Manager at Blue Coast Capital, said: “Hyphen is one of Manchester’s most innovative buildings, which is a hub for forward thinking businesses that want to flourish in a city centre location.
“Suites are quickly being snapped up and there’s no surprise given our extensive ESG offering and premium workspace.
“We’re looking forward to filling the last few spaces and watching the impact that our tenants make in the city.”
Knight Frank acted for the Consulate General of Ireland, while OBI and Savills represent Blue Coast.