To some extent, the location of your office can greatly stimulate or dampen your business. Situate your office in a prime location with lots of foot traffic, and you will have marked your business for success. Pick the wrong spot for it, and it could have a detrimental effect on your business.
If you think your business needs a new lease of life. Have you considered relocating to a city centre location? One of the main factors a professional company must consider when choosing a location is accessibility to their targeted clientele including issues of proximity to client offices, accessibility via public transportation, and parking facilities.
Gregs Building is in an ideal location in the heart of Manchester’s traditional prime office core on an island site with frontages to Booth Street, Chancery Place, Pall Mall and Tib Lane. It’s easy to get to and right in the middle of the busy, buzzing city centre.
The upper floors are accessed directly off Booth Street via an impressive recently refurbished ground floor entrance hall from where a 6 person passenger lift and principal staircase serve all floors.
The office accommodation, which is air-conditioned, benefits from natural light on all four elevations and comprises mainly open plan accommodation with male and female toilets provided within each demise.
The 5th floor provides a large decked balcony with excellent city views, Ideal for meetings or hosting client functions.
Paul Willan from Greg’s Properties said “We are delighted to be able to offer this fantastic Prime City Centre, Boutique Office accommodation to professional companies who are looking to relocate and really be in the heart of Manchester City Centre.
He continued: “Gregs Buildings is an excellent example of mid-19th century architecture offering exciting development opportunities. The city centre location really is attracting huge amounts of interest from a wide selection of professional companies.
So if you would like to give your business a new lease of life please check out this video and contact the agents whose details appear at the end of the short film clip.