Schroders launches suite at the summit in no.1 Spinningfields
Schroders has launched the 17th floor of its No.1 Spinningfields building to the market, providing 11,342 sq ft of prime office space with unparalleled 360-degree views of the Manchester skyline.
Branded the ‘suite at the summit’, the 17th floor offers bright, spacious office accommodation, designed to offer flexibility and support up-to-the-minute technology.
The city’s most coveted office space sits below celebrated bar and eatery 20 Stories, from Michelin-starred restaurant operator D&D London.
Last to arrive in Spinningfields, No.1 boasts 270,000 sq ft of space, with tenants such as PWC, Squire Patton Boggs and MoneySupermarket.com opting to call it home. It was also the choice for WeWork's first UK location outside of London.
The acquisition of No.1 Spinningfields by clients of Schroders in 2017 from Allied London was one of the largest single-asset trades recorded in the region, at c.£200m.
Jourdan Rajwan, Investment Manager at Schroder Real Estate, said: “The 17th floor offers a workspace like no other.
“The tenant who locates here will benefit from unrivalled views across Manchester, a varied and high-class tenant mix, and endless amenity within the Spinningfields estate.
OBI Property and Cushman & Wakefield are joint agents on No.1 Spinningfields.
Rob Yates, Partner at Cushman & Wakefield, said: “This is an exceptional space, primed for occupation.
“The building itself is in a brilliant location, in the heart of such an exciting neighbourhood. Spinningfields has attracted not only major corporate names but also the finest of leisure operators.
“The suite on offer on floor 17 is unlike any other on offer across the city. We are expecting very high levels of interest from occupiers.”
No.1 Spinningfields was last month accredited by the British Council for Offices winning the Commercial Development of the Year at the BCO North awards.
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