Bloc 17, Marble St, Manchester M2 3AW
- Pioneer building with all features
- Refurbished leisure and business facilities for 2020
Characterful building with a contemporary interior
Central location, easy commute and amenity on the doorstep
25% off all meeting rooms at any Bruntwood Works venue
Free access to Spark, Bruntwood Works’ business support programme
Moments from the hustle and bustle of the city lies 5 New York Street, a four-storey Grade-II listed building dating back to 1909 with a recent extensive makeover. The building now has a range of high-specification flexible workspaces, while retaining many of its original features.
Did you know? 5 New York Street formed part of the city’s telephone exchange and beneath it lies an extensive network of tunnels that were kept secret during the cold war to protect the city’s communication network in the event of a nuclear attack. Removed from the Official Secrets Act in 1968, the tunnels are still in operation today and cover an area of four miles.
8 - 125 people (780 sq ft - 10,000 sq ft)
Whether you’re a start-up looking for a short-term option or an established business wanting us to design and manage your office, we'll help you find your ideal space at 5 New York Street.
For companies of any size, with the flexibility to design and manage your space yourself
Made & Managed
For the full leased package plus design, furniture, and management taken care of by us
A new product that combines rent, service charge, insurance and electricity into a single cost which remains fixed throughout your full term, with no hidden fees
As well as flexible office space, 5 New York Street offers a wealth of unique features and facilities to benefit your business.
On-site car parking
Amazing central location
Open plan suites
LG3 compliant lighting
On-site customer service team
At the very centre of the city, the area around New York Street is ideal for shopping and quick bites. The city’s coolest neighbourhood, the Northern Quarter, is just minutes away on foot. Built for weavers ahead of the Industrial Revolution, these days their cottages are home to independent bars, cafes and shops. This is the place to see most of the city’s street art, buy unique and vintage gifts, or grab great coffee on every corner. For a hit of culture, the City Art Gallery lies five minutes away towards St Peter’s Square. 5 New York Street is not only one minute walk away from the nearest tram stop, but also a short walk from both Oxford Road and Manchester Piccadilly railway station.Get directions
Contact us to find out how we can support your business, whether you want to talk to us about your business goals or book a tour.