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The Corn Exchange is a grade II* listed building in prime position on Exchange Square in the heart of Manchester city centre . It is next door to the National Football Museum , The Print works recreational hub , The Arndale Centre, Harvey Nichols and Selfridges , and just a short walk from the Manchester Arena. It is served by the new Exchange Sq Metrolink stop and Victoria Station, with Piccadilly Station a 15 minute walk away.
The Corn Exchange is located in Exchange Square, in the heart of the city’s bustling retail hub which attracts over 40 million visitors per year.
It is also part of Manchester’s Medieval Quarter, which will benefit from a £10 million investment in the coming years to improve public areas around the Cathedral and its gardens, Chetham’s school and library, and walkways from Victoria Station.
Providing over 7,230 sq. ft. over two floors, this corner unit occupies a fantastic location, overlooking Manchester Cathedral. The unit retains many original features including a stunning Grade II Listed staircase. With access off Cathedral Street and from within the scheme, the premises boasts an impressive balcony at first floor level, overlooking the internal areas of the scheme and allows for an outside seating area on Cathedral Street.
Providing approximately 4,893 sq. ft. over two floors, this unit is located in a prominent position next to Byron and benefits from a double frontage, offering access off Fennel Street and from within the scheme. The premises benefit from a modern glass extension on the Fennel Street frontage, which provides an additional ‘outside/inside’ seating area. This unit also provides a large internal balcony at first floor level.
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