About 30 King Street, Manchester, M2 6az
30 King Street is an attractive period building located on the pedestrianised section of the street, located above Charles Tyrwhitt outfitters.
The building has undergone a comprehensive refurbishment throughout and is arranged over ground and three upper floors, all of which are accessed via an exclusive glazed entrance from the fashionable King Street.
A suite of 689 sq ft is available on the 2nd Floor and a self-contained suite of 1,432 sq ft is available on the 3rd floor which benefits from its own kitchen, meeting room, and toilets. With stunning feature windows and rooflights, it really is a hidden gem on King Street.
On entry to the 3rd Floor suite the main part of the office is bathed in natural light with feature skylights above the wooden beams. Heading across the suite leads to a 4 steps down to the second part of the office with feature arch window, wooden beams, fireplace and additional roof lights. Exiting this room leads to a corridor with access back around to the main part of the office. Off this corridor are situated the small tea point, glazed meeting room, and toilets. At the far end of the corridor, looking over South King Street is the 3rd room, ideal for internal meetings, breakout space or storage [restricted height on entry].
There are numerous retailers and leisure operators within minutes walk, including Kala, Browns, Rosso, All Bar One, El Gato Negro, Pretty Green, DKNY, and Diesel to name a few.
King street enjoys convenient access to Manchester’s comprehensive transport network including Piccadilly, Oxford Road, Victoria and Deansgate Railway Stations, as well as being within a short walk of St Peter’s Square Metrolink Station. Local NCP car parking is also within close proximity to King Street.
- Self-contained suite (3rd Floor)
- Tea point
- Meeting room
- Fully refurbished
- LED lights
- Sash windows
- Close to local amenities
- Convenient access to Manchester's comprehensive transport network
689 sq ft - £15,500 pa
1,432 sq ft - £31,000 pa
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