101 Princess Street, Manchester - M1 6DD
Located in the heart of the city centre lives a modern space in a Grade II listed building, offering both dedicated coworking desks and private offices. With excellent transport links and all major rail stations being a short walk away, getting into work could not be easier. We offer all-inclusive pricing, 24hr access and a rich programme of events to support you in expanding your knowledge and scaling your business. And did we mention, there is no deposit required? As part of the UK's leading venture builder, Blenheim Chalcot, we have over 20 yrs' experience helping scale start-ups. We've combined all this experience and knowledge into designing our Growth Hubs - giving you access to a range of member events and benefits, limitless printing and free use of our meeting rooms all within competitive, flexible contracts. We've brought together the people, services and opportunities that make the biggest difference. This space also benefits from its prime location close to many local amenities, whether it be bars, restaurants, a little retail therapy or a dose of culture, there is something for everyone. Join our supportive and passionate community of businesses just like yours. From tech startups, digital creatives and ambitious entrepreneurs, Accelerate Places is the perfect space in the midst of Manchester's expanding tech industry for those that need a place to focus and grow.
This space also offers many local amenities to keep you entertained from bars to restaurants, or if you want something a little different Manchester Art Gallery is only a short three-minute walk away. If the above was not enough, the well-known Albert's Square is also within walking distance which is host to various festivals all year around. Commuting to and from the office is quick and easy with local bus and regional rail services a short 3-minute walk away.
Local Area Info
The city of Manchester is considered to be the commercial, cultural and educational centre for North West England and has a population of approximately 483,900 (2009). Major economic drivers include financial services, culture and media, manufacturing, life science industries and communications. The city is home to a large number of regional and international companies.
Manchester was home to the first railway station in the world and is also famous for being the place where the first programmable computer was developed, where scientists first split the atom and for its sporting connections.
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