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Arkwright House Logo

Built in a neo-classical style with some art deco motifs, Arkwright House was Designed by local architects, Harry S. Fairhurst. It was completed in 1937 becoming the headquarters of the English Sewing Cotton Company.

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OPEN & INVITING GREEN SPACE

Uniquely positioned with a green outlook few others can provide.

Parsonage Gardens Manchester
Parsonage Gardens Manchester

AN INTRICATE WEAVE OF HISTORICAL BEAUTY & MODERN ELEGANCE

Reception undergoing extensive remodelling

Location

Lowry Hotel Manchester
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Football Museum Manchester

Specification

  • INNOVATIVE CEILING RAFT DESIGN WITH EXPOSED STRUCTURAL BEAMS AND PLASTERED SOFFIT
  • NEW AIR CONDITIONING / VENTILATION AND HEATING ALL DESIGNED TO 1:8 SQ M OCCUPANCY
  • 4 PASSENGER LIFTS & 1 GOODS/PASSENGER LIFT
  • 28 BASEMENT CAR PARKING SPACES
  • NEW WCS
    DDA ACCESSIBLE
  • 8 SHOWERS
    EPC B
  • FULL ACCESS RAISED FLOOR
    40 CYCLE RACKS / 40 LOCKERS
  • BREEAM RATING ‘VERY GOOD’
  • ROOF SPACE AVAILABLE FOR FUTURE MICROWAVE LINKS

ENHANCING THE SOCIAL FABRIC

A new sophisticated and engaging building entrance including a work zone and concierge welcome.

The new entrance area features a working lounge area with a teapoint, coffee hub and several workspaces as well as a quieter zone with booths.

The lounge design has been influenced by the buildings historic association with the cotton industry using soft textures aligned with luxury finishes and detailing, providing a modern and stylish welcome within this elegant building.