A unique workspace and retail & leisure redevelopment
Great central location between Piccadilly Gardens & St Peter’s Square
Built in 1862 & Grade II* listed former bank
We are unlocking the social heart of the building as an inviting new restaurant for the city
Coming Spring 2023…
Bond offers a truly unique opportunity for workspace and hospitality to form an iconic cultural redevelopment of this historic building.
We’re reinventing a historic Grade II-listed Victorian bank into an innovative new space for Manchester; a place for business and relationships to prosper. Bond preserves links to its past whilst creating a stimulating new space for its occupants to work together, create together, and unwind together.
Unlike offices of old, this is about bringing people together with close connections, based around collaboration. And this is not just about working together, it is socialising together, eating together, and spending downtime together. And it’s about bringing together the best of the past with the best of the present, and future.
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Spaces at Bond
10 - 200 people (1,200 sq ft - 20,000 sq ft)
Whether you’re a start-up looking for help setting-up your first office or an established business seeking a prestigious new address, we’ll help you find your ideal space at Bond.
Made & Managed
For the full leased package plus design, furniture, and management taken care of by us.
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Facilities and amenities
As well as flexible office spaces, Bond will have a dedicated studio, bike storage, showers, towels, hair dryers and hair straighteners plus drying facilities on-site you’ll have all the tools at your disposal for active commuting.
On-site customer service team
Shower and changing facilities
Secure bike storage
25% off meeting rooms in any Bruntwood Works building
Free access to Spark, Bruntwood Works’ business support programme
Communal business lounge
Manchester City Centre
Bond sits directly on the Metrolink line that cuts through the heart of the city, forming the gateway between St Peter’s Square and Piccadilly Gardens, and is a daily feature for Manchester’s commuters. Located within the Upper King Street Conservation Area, the Bank is within close proximity to a number of designated heritage assets. It shares Mosley Street with some high profile neighbours, most notably the Georgian splendour of Manchester Art Gallery, best known for its collection of works by 19th century British artists including Gainsborough, Stubbs and Turner.Get directions
Get in touch
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.