As the Spinningfields masterplan reaches completion, Allied London release two standout floors of workspace in the best-in-class No.1 Spinningfgfields building – surrounded by world class operators and the soon-to-be completed ‘The Field’, a new city-centre green space for Manchester.

Since the proposal to create a new business district in 1997 by Michael Ingall, the estate has continuously evolved. Arrival of world class operators like D&D London and The Ivy have made Spinningfields a top dining destination in the UK, but it’s also attracted innovative and disruptive new tenants to set up offices in the area. 

World Class infrastructure

No.1 Spinningfields has already become a beacon for business in Manchester. With unrivalled amenities and the soon to be complete ‘Field’ revamping Hardman Square in style, Allied London have now released the final floors to let at No.1 Spinningfields – looking to attract ambitious new tenants to join the community. 

The newly released office space are situated on the 15th & 16th floors (both 11,300 sq.ft per floor) of No.1 Spinningfields, offering stunning panoramic views of Manchester. A smaller suite of 6,600 sq.ft has been retained on the 3rd floor for ambitious and expanding businesses. 

New and existing tenants will have access to a bespoke business lounge on the 17th floor of the building, as well as being ideally situated to enjoy the benefits of rooftop restaurant 20 Stories and the ground-floor retail & leisure offering.

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Evolution of flexible workspace

The 160,000 sq.ft XYZ Building signalled Allied’s commitment to attracting a new breed of digital and tech business Spinningfields, attracting Global Radio and NCC as core tenants in 2015. From its inception, XYZ was always destined to push the boundaries of modern workspace, becoming a home for All Work & Social and its Fintech incubator The Vault.

In 2017, Allied London also attracted global operator WeWork to open its first operation outside of London, taking 60,000 sq.ft in No.1 Spinningfields. 

The area renown for large, global institutions and banks had by 2017 become home to forward-thinking start-ups and businesses from the tech, creative and media industries. The evolution of No.1 and the wider estate also attracted international investment from Schroders Real Estate, who bought the building for a record fee in 2017, appointing ALL Plus to manage and provide its tenants with unrivalled service. 


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