A 130,000 sq ft office development in South Manchester has secured six new tenants following its £6.5m makeover.
Technology company HSO has taken a 6,124 sq ft suite at Jackson House in Sale, Eden Planning has moved into a 915 sq ft studio, Sohan UK Corporation Ltd has taken 874 sq ft, IBM 678 sq ft, and Contact Systems and Murray Plate Group have secured 452 sq ft.
This leaves one studio of 1,044 sq ft available.
Adrian McNay, managing director of HSO, said: “HSO moved to Jackson House following completion of the refurbishment. We selected the building because it provides a fantastic environment for our team.
“The facilities on-site, break out spaces, contemporary design and great connectivity were all a draw and the building meets all of our sustainability criteria as a businesses.”
CEG completed the redesign in the summer of 2021, transforming the entrance with a 2,000 sq ft extension. It provides a striking contemporary glazed double-height reception, gym, café and terrace, with access to free WiFi and plug in points.
Bookable meeting rooms and video meeting facilities, electric vehicle charging points, cycling facilities, showers, drying room and lockers and a garden now benefit the building’s more than 1,000 occupants.
CEG is now bringing forward a further four larger fitted-out suites offering space from 1,678 sq ft to 3878 sq ft. These will be ready from the autumn of 2022.
Canning O’Neill and Savills are the letting agents for Jackson House.