127 Portland Street

Office space Manchester

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Location Manchester, Greater Manchester M1 4PZ

At West Village, everyone has a unique vision and follows it relentlessly. Housed in four impressive Victorian warehouses in the centre of Manchester, it has quickly become a magnet for forward-thinking creative businesses who feel inspired by their surroundings and part of something bigger. This is a place you can really express yourself, make your work space your own — a den of inspiration and creativity.

West Village is transforming this part of Manchester, attracting new companies with progressive attitudes and outlooks. Not only is it a hub for media, creative and tech outfits but it also links you to the rest of Bruntwood’s vibrant city centre family which includes Circle Square and Manchester Science Park. When you become part of the Bruntwood community at West Village, your network will immediately expand. You’ll have access to special events and endless opportunities to forge valuable alliances in communal areas that encourage conversations and interactions.

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Left Bank, Manchester M3 3AH, UK

19.1 mi

Unnamed Road, Macclesfield SK10, UK

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37 mins


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Why Bruntwood?

With 40 years of experience, we’re experts in finding the right office for every business. We’ll work with you to find an office that suits your needs from the very beginning and build on this as your business grows. All of our buildings are owned and managed by us, making us unique to our sector. We work directly with customers to manage our buildings and improve them for your businesses.

The Bruntwood Way

Originally known as Behrens Warehouse, 127 Portland Street was built for Louis Behrens & Sons by P.Nunn in 1860. Behrens was the first chairman of Schiller Anstalt, a community group for German ex-patriots in Manchester, which also counted Engels, Marx and Halle as members.