86 Princess Street, Manchester

 

 

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Corner view.

86 Princess Street, formally Manchester House, is a Grade II listed commercial office building in the City Centre of Manchester. Designed by Birkett, as a speculative office and warehouse building for the Refuge Assurance Company, the building was one of a group of two which includes neighbouring Asia House.

 

In common with other listed buildings, Atelier MB have gained a unique insight into the history of the building through extensive in-house research. This enables us to justify works to the building in a meaningful historic context.

 

The building is 6 stories high with a basement and subbasement there is around 5,000m2 of usable office space.

This iconic listed building is now restored with all its original features exposed, a brand new modern circulation core and contemporary  services, it is now a viable commercial offering again and has attracted many tenants from the creative sectors.

Interior Design Services by The Sheila Bird Group.

 

Heritage services provided by Atelier Heritage.