About Beehive Mill, 95 Jersey Street, Manchester, M4 6jg
Beehive Mill is one of Manchester’s long surviving cotton mills, the buildings date from 1824. It’s certainly a unique offer, character spaces, full of functionality & retained features blasted brickwork, pitched roof with exposed beams, original cast iron columns, wooden floor boards, fantastic ceiling heights & feature glazing – designed to maximise natural light throughout the space. The units have all the nostalgia of an iconic mill conversion, while offering fully fitted contemporary workspace.
Urban Splash aren’t finished yet with the refurbishment, with works on-going to improve the reception, add an urban garden, coffee shop, and feature meeting room.
Beehive Mill lies at the heart of one of Manchester’s largest regeneration areas set within the Ancoats Urban Village development area. The area has seen major investment and development over recent years including an influx of creative industries and independent retailers such as Rudy’s Pizza, Ancoats General Store, and Seven Brothers Brewery.
Just over the Rochdale Canal is New Islington, Manchester’s Millennium Community. With a number of new buildings and residential schemes now complete, along with a water park, marina and the New Islington Free School, it’s one of Manchester’s most exciting and vibrant places to be and was recently named one of the 20 ‘hippest’ communities in the UK!
- Up to 1000 Mbps broadband speeds
- Character office space
- Many original features
- At the heart of one of Manchester’s largest regeneration areas
- 5 minutes walk from Piccadilly train station
- Sociable workspace
|Max Download||Max Upload|
|Standard||15 Mbps||1 Mbps|
|Superfast||200 Mbps||20 Mbps|
|Ultrafast||1000 Mbps||1000 Mbps|
*based on results for postcode area available from https://checker.ofcom.org.uk/broadband-coverage.Availability
544 sq ft - £17,408 pa
606 sq ft - £18,180 pa
Unit 2a (iii)
557 sq ft - £16,710 pa
940 sq ft - £28,500 pa (u/o)
950 sq ft - £28,500 pa
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