Available Serviced Offices in Manchester
Piccadilly Place, Manchester, London M1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This beautifully designed business centre, located on Piccadilly Place, a newly developed area in the heart of Manchester and boasts panoramic views across the City.from: £320 per person per month
Oldham Street, Manchester, London M4Serviced Office Coworking Office
The building itself dates back to 1929 when it was one of Marks and Spencer's first ever stores.from: £257 per person per month
Princess St, Manchester, London M1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
This imposing Victorian Grade II listed building, located on Princess Street in the heart of Manchester City Centre, benefits from a host of impressive original features.from: £125 per person per month
The Hive Lever Street, Manchester, London M1Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Located in the heart of Manchester's Northern Quarter, this serviced office space has been fully refurbished to offer Grade A office accommodation with a BREEAM rating of Outstanding.from: £200 per person per month
Portland Street, Manchester, London M1Serviced Office Coworking Office
Our private office options range in size from 300 to 3750 square foot and are complimented by fully equipped meeting rooms that can be hired on a daily basis.from: £550 per person per month
Albert Street, Manchester, London OL8Serviced Office
In the late 1800s this building was originally a cotton mill.from: £Quote per person per month
MediaCityUK, Manchester, London M50Serviced Office Meeting Rooms
Located on the waterfront in the heart of Manchester's creative and digital hub, MediaCityUK, this vibrant area of Salford Quays offers a dynamic atmosphere and hosts a range of start-ups and SME's.from: £280 per person per month
Parsonage Gardens, Manchester, London M3Serviced Office Coworking Office
This stunning Grade II listed building boasts a rich history and offers recently refurbished office space in Parsonage Gardens, one of the city's conservation areas.from: £320 per person per month
Manchester Serviced Office Rental Guide
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Why Rent a Serviced Office in Manchester?
Manchester is a major city in the northwest of England with a rich industrial heritage.
The Castlefield conservation area’s 18th-century canal system recalls the city’s days as a textile powerhouse, and visitors can trace this history at the interactive Museum of Science & Industry. The revitalised Salford Quays dockyards now house the Daniel Libeskind designed Imperial War Museum North and the Lowry cultural centre.
As a regional and national centre of excellence for the service sector, the city region is home to a wealth of corporate services firms from major shared service centres and outsources to leaders in banking and financial services.
Businesses operating within the city include The Royal Bank of Scotland, who employ 7,000 people. The Co-operative Group was founded in Manchester in 1844 and the group’s headquarters have been in Manchester ever since, and s a new £100 million headquarters. The Bank of New York Mellon opened its Manchester headquarters in 2005, and since then has expanded to over 1,100 employees and added a second office in Spinningfields. The bank describes Manchester as one of its “three global growth centres”, with the office handling £15 billion worth of transactions across 80 global money markets everyday.
Logistics-based activities also form a key part of the service sector in Manchester, thanks to the city region’s location at the heart of the UK’s transport network and its reputation as a leading centre for financial intermediation.
The region’s world class universities, which offer unparalleled research and development opportunities, combined with the capability to house international headquarters, make the Manchester City Region a global centre for business.
TechHub Manchester is the space for the technology community. First launched in London, and then in Riga, and now Manchester.
It’s a place for tech start-ups based both nearby, and entrepreneurs and others in the tech industry from across the UK, Europe, the US and beyond. With a great community space reflecting the vibrancy and global outlook of the technology scene, TechHub strives to show how unique and talented Manchester is. Located between Piccadilly Station and the Northern Quarter, Manchester’s creative centre, it has ambitious of making Manchester one of the UK’s top 5 start-up clusters.
Home to both City and United, there is no city outside London that has football clubs of such standing.
The National Cycling Centre includes a velodrome, BMX Arena and Mountain bike trials and is the home of British Cycling. The Manchester Velodrome is the UK’s first purpose-built indoor Cycling Velodrome, which was primarily built for the 2002 Commonwealth Games.
If you prefer your bikes with engines, Belle Vue, the National Speedway Centre, is also in the city.
The city is packed with first class gyms and leisure centres, as well as swimming pools, five a side football pitches, tennis courts, and any other sports court you might seek.
Manchester city centre is jam-packed with unique and eclectic restaurants, bars, shops, museums, galleries and hotels whilst the surrounding Greater Manchester boroughs offer a patch-work of visitor experiences including quaint market towns, traditional pubs and beautiful green spaces and waterways to be explored on foot or bike.
Furthermore, with a packed calendar of world-class events and festivals – from the landmark Manchester International Festival to the enchanting Manchester Christmas Markets, makes Manchester a city that delivers all that you need.
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Map of Manchester
- Manchester city region lies at the heart of an expansive motorway network, ensuring easy access to the UK’s major cities and centres of commerce.
- The road infrastructure in and around greater Manchester means that 60% of all businesses and a consumer market of 20 million are within 2 hours drive time of the city centre.
- With 25% of the nation’s motorway miles, the city region boasts one of the best road networks in the UK with both linear and orbital motorways.
- The M62 (East) links Manchester with Leeds, the Humber ports the M1 and the A1. The M62 West means access to Liverpool and Warrington is made remarkably easy, taking less than an hour to travel from Manchester to Liverpool.
- The M6 Northbound links Manchester to the Lake District, Carlisle and Scotland.
- The M6 Southbound links the city region to Birmingham, Bristol, Wales and London.
- The M60 ring road, completed in 2001, makes access in and around the city centre much easier and has also helped to make the traffic flow less congested. As the M60 is circular running through the conurbation of Greater Manchester, it has greatly improved the city region’s inter-suburban links, a major accessibility factor when deciding to locate.
- The A57/M1 South connects Manchester with Sheffield, Nottingham and London and providing access to the East of England.
- Manchester Piccadilly is the main station. Trains to and from London leave every 20 minutes during peak times, and the journey time is around 2 hours 10 minutes.
- The average journey time between Manchester Piccadilly and Birmingham New Street is 1 hour 35 minutes. The fastest journey time is 1 hour 26 minutes. On an average weekday, there are 72 trains per day travelling from Manchester Piccadilly to Birmingham New Street.
- Other major destinations are also well served, making Manchester and excellent business base.
- Manchester Airport is an international airport in Ringway, 7 miles south west of Manchester city centre. In 2015, it was the third busiest airport in the United Kingdom in terms of passenger numbers.
- There are over 200 direct flights to all reaches of the globe, from short city breaks to continental gems such as Venice and Paris, to the extravagance of Las Vegas and Dubai.
- With three terminals, it’s well served by both the budget airlines as well as the more salubrious.