Manchester Club

Office and retail space in Manchester

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Overview

Location 81 King Street, Manchester, Greater Manchester M2 4AH

Built in 1870 in the Venetian Gothic style, the Grade II listed Manchester Reform Club was a Victorian gentleman's club and a place where the great and powerful including Winston Churchill met to unwind. Today, it continues that tradition as a commercial building, with a mix of business offices, restaurants and retailers including Grand Pacific, Browns Brasserie, DKNY, Whistles, Burger & Lobster and Rosso.

"Winston Churchill liked it; so do we."

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Food & Drink

Left Bank, Manchester M3 3AH, UK

19.1 mi

Unnamed Road, Macclesfield SK10, UK

19.1 mi

37 mins

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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.

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The Manchester Club is one of the largest surviving clubhouses in the country outside London. Well known for its prestigious celebrities, famous former members include Winston Churchill and Lloyd George. Designed by Edward Salomons in 1870, the now Grade II-listed building was regarded as the architects’ best city centre creation.