About 56 Princess Street, Manchester
56 Princess Street originally formed part of a block of shipping houses that were constructed at the end of the 19th Century. This characterful Grade II listed former textile warehouse provides accommodation over lower ground, ground and four upper floors and is accessed from a principal entrance fronting onto Princess Street as well as a rear point of access on Winser Street.
The building is situated at the heart of Manchester’s vibrant village quarter, occupying a prominent position on Princess Street opposite the high profile “origin” mixed used development site. The available accommodation of 3,579 sq ft is located on the 4th floor and includes air conditioning, full access raised floors, exposed timber beams and historic features, male/female WC’s and kitchen area.
The building benefits from excellent levels of natural light with windows to the Princess Street, Rochdale Canal and Winser Street elevations. The common areas and offices have been refurbished to a high specification, with renovation works including a newly remodelled manned reception incorporating two contemporary seating area.
56 Princess Street is close to some of Manchester’s key leisure amenities such as The City Art Gallery, the Midland Hotel, the Palace Theatre, Manchester Central, Manchester Central Library and the Gay Village’s bars and restaurants. The building benefits from excellent access to Manchester’s comprehensive transport facilities including Oxford Road, Deansgate and Piccadilly Railway Stations, the Metrolink service from St Peter’s Square, plus Piccadilly and Chorlton Street Bus Stations.
- Air conditioning
- Full accessed raised floors
- Manned reception
- Male & female WC's and kitchen area
- Exposed timber beams & historic features
- Two passenger lifts
980 sq ft
1,003 sq ft
1,578 sq ft
**Suites can be combined**
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