Office to rent

Tariff Street, Northern Quarter, Manchester, Greater Manchester, M1

3,000 sq. ft. | £4,375 pcm| £1,010 pw

Property Description

Commercial information

  • 3,000 sq ft (278 sq m)

Letting information:

Date available: Now
Letting type: Long term

Key features

  • Being converted in to a spectacular bespoke office.
  • Located between Northern Quarter and Piccadilly Village.
  • Water side setting.
  • Patio area for marque sales functions and events.
  • Ideal for design/media company or architecture firm.

Full description

Jacksons Warehouse is a fabulous warehouse conversion in Manchester City Centre. With a picturesque, tranquil waterside location that is conveniently just a few minutes' walk from Piccadilly and the Northern Quarter.

Inside this cleverly refurbished warehouse you will find a quirky selection of one, two and three bedroom apartments and one commercial unit formerly occupied as a restaurant, but now being converted into a spectacular bespoke office.

The property comprises a ground floor unit extending two arches in the centre of Jackson's Warehouse. The building was originally constructed in 1836 and is currently a residential apartment block. Jacksons Warehouse, which was built in circa 1836 and was formerly known as Rochdale Canal Warehouse, comprises a detached period building originally used as a shipping warehouse. In 2003, the dilapidated Grade II listed property was converted into 42 luxury apartments and restaurant / bar space, incorporating original historic artefacts.

This Six storey brick warehouse has timber floors supported on cast iron columns and required extensive remedial works as part of the conversion, which were carried out under the guidance of English Heritage and consisted of:
* Repair and cleaning of existing structural timbers including replacement only where essential.
* Repair and upgrading of existing timber floors to comply with modern acoustic and fire performance requirements.
* Cleaning, patch repairs and repointing of existing brickwork.
* Re-creation of existing windows that had either been bricked up or enlarged beyond recognition.
* Refurbishment and reinstating of original mechanical artefacts (timber flywheels, hoists etc.).
* New slate roof and repair and replacement of stone copings. All windows were replaced with new timber-framed widows as the majority of the originals were missing or beyond repair. New dormer windows were formed to accommodate the apartments within the roof space. Internally the existing brickwork, iron columns, timber beams and trusses were left exposed to give a clear contrast between the old and new construction, and to retain as much of the building's history, heritage and industrial character as possible. The former restaurant bar accommodation comprises a ground floor unit extending two arches in the centre of Jackson's Warehouse and extends to a total gross internal floor area of 278.99 sq. m (3,003 sq. ft.).

The subject property is located on Tariff Street, on the periphery of The "Northern Quarter" of Manchester City Centre and between the A6, London Road and A666, Great Ancoates Street, both major arterial routes between Manchester and the wider environs.
The unit has no frontage to Tariff Street.
The Northern Quarter is today popular for its numerous bars and cafes as well as its mix of music and clothes shops.
The surrounding area comprises recently developed mixed-use units, predominantly residential apartments with some retail and licensed use.

The Northwest comprises five counties, Cheshire, Cumbria, Greater Manchester, Lancashire and Merseyside. The Northwest has the highest population density outside London, and has a population of over 7 million, making the region the largest outside of London and the Southeast. The region has a GDP in excess of 75.8 billion, comprising over 350,000 companies. The Northwest has one of the largest concentrations of universities in Europe, with a combined turnover of 1.2 billion and a 4 billion influence on the regional economy. The resident population of Manchester is approximately 503,100 (2011 census data) with some three million people living within a 19 kilometre (12 mile) radius. Manchester lies 58 kilometres (36 miles) east of Liverpool, and 296 kilometres (184 miles) north of London. The northwest is at the hub of the UK's most intensive regional motorway network with the M6 Birmingham to Scotland motorway to the west and the M62 Trans Pennine motorway to the north. The M60 Manchester's orbital motorway connects to the M61, M62, M56 and M67 motorways and major commercial centres. Manchester International Airport is the third largest in the UK and is a major driver for the regional economy and employment in the area, with flights to over 175 destinations across five continents with over 90 different airlines. Manchester has two mainline railway stations, linked by the Metro link Tram Service. Intercity trains connect Manchester to the national rail network, with a service to London Euston of approximately two hours. In addition, there is a direct rail service from Manchester (Piccadilly) to Manchester Airport.

Manchester's economic strength is strongly reflected in its annual Gross Value Added (GVA) of 46 billion, accounting for 40% of the North West's GVA, more than the North East's and Wales. Financial and Professional Services account for 20% of Greater Manchester's annual GVA making the city the UK's leading regional centre for the sector. Manchester is also the largest economic centre outside of London for the Creative and Digital sector with a GVA contribution of 2.7 billion. Greater Manchester's population of 2.68 million offers a skilled workforce of over 1.1 million, with 30% of the working population educated to a minimum degree level. With 100,000 people enrolled across five universities, and the largest student population in Europe, the city's attraction to major corporates is unsurprising. The Co-operative recently selected Manchester for their new UK Headquarters at One Angel Square, while Deloitte, KPMG and PWC also have significant presence.

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Nearest stations

  • Piccadilly Gardens (0.3 mi)
  • Manchester Piccadilly (0.3 mi)
  • Market Street (0.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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Nearest stations

  • Piccadilly Gardens (0.3 mi)
  • Manchester Piccadilly (0.3 mi)
  • Market Street (0.4 mi)
Distances are straight line measurements from centre of postcode

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WHITE LETTING, Greenock

7 Hood Street, Greenock, PA15 1YH

01472 565006 Local call rate

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