Anvic opens serviced offices in Manchester

Posted on by John Cronin

A commercial property developer has opened additional serviced office accommodation in a listed building in Manchester.

Piccadilly HouseAnvic Developments has now released new serviced office accommodation at their Piccadilly House building in Manchester city centre. Anvic have refurbished the 6th floor of the Grade II Listed building that offers 30,000 sq ft of serviced office space.

Anvic has spent approximately £3m converting the 6-floor building in to “boutique style” serviced offices and meeting room facilities. Flexible office suites are available from single up to 40 workstations. Breakout facilities are available on each floor. The majority of the floor space within the building is now dedicated to serviced office clients.

Anvic report that Piccadilly House is popular with professional services companies. Paul Dawson, Managing Director said: “It’s a listed building and we’ve stylishly refurbished it to the highest possible specification. We have already had plenty of inquiries from businesses in media, recruitment and professional services who want to reap the benefits of such a prestigious city centre presence.”

Recent tenants at Piccadilly House include PR ageny Refresh and Beattie Group who recently relocated from the ING Real Estate, mixed-use Royal Mills development in Ancoats.

Anvic also manages other serviced office centres in Manchester and the Northwest. Suites at the nearby City View House building range in size from 100 sq ft for single workstation use up to self-contained units of around 2,000 sq ft. Along with 3 offices in Burnley, Anvic manages a total of 150,000 sq ft of floor space.

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