Commercial and cultural hub First Street has expanded again, as 170,000 sq ft of Grade A office space is welcomed to the estate.
Ask Real Estate, in a joint venture with the Richardson family and PATRIZIA, has exchanged a pre-let agreement with Whitbread for a 200-bedroom Premier Inn hotel at First Street, Manchester.
Cinema operator ODEON is to take the whole third floor (26,285 sq ft) at No.8 First Street, Manchester at £29.50 per sq ft.
Together with partners, Richardson and PATRIZIA, we are delighted to be supporting Bee in the City, a spectacular public art event taking place from July - September this summer. Over eighty individually designed, super-sized Bee sculptures are winging their way to Manchester to form a world-class, free art trail across the city’s streets, parks and public spaces. Our bee called Bee-bop-a-raver will take residence at First Street.
Ask Real Estate (Ask), the Richardson Family and Patrizia UK have formed a new Joint Venture to bring forward the remaining office development plots at First Street in Manchester City Centre.
No8 First Street, the 170,000 sq ft Grade A office scheme, is still on track for completion following Carillion’s demise, with the appointment of specialist construction management team Rayner Rowen and supporting sub contractors.
No8 First Street is the first new-build office scheme in Manchester to achieve the “Wired Certified Gold for Development & Re-development” rating for its digital connectivity. The award, which ranks its technology infrastructure amongst the best in the UK, comes as the first occupiers move into the landmark building this week.
The latest occupier to take up residence at First Street has been announced today, with Kettlebell Kitchen completing the line-up of food and drink outlets at Manchester’s newest neighbourhood.
We have recently launched a fantastic competition called Mix Blank Canvas with leading commercial interiors magazine Mix Interiors to look at a range of innovative design solutions for the 6 winter gardens at No8 First Street.
Since construction started last year No8 First Street has provided workplace apprenticeships for 16 young people who, together with Carillion’s build team and its many sub-contractors, are working to deliver the 170,000 sq ft Grade A office scheme. The apprentices have provided support through the numerous contractors on the supply chain and have been working across a wide range of trades including joinery, steelwork, mechanical & electrical, brickwork, dry lining and cladding.
Junkyard Golf Club takes it to the next level with a move to a new 10,000 sq ft venue at First Street in August 2017
The North West’s only MasterChef winner, Simon Wood, has today announced that his much anticipated restaurant, Wood, will launch at Manchester’s First Street this summer.
Photographs released this week to Place North West show a first glimpse of the 170,000 sq ft Grade A office space which is under construction behind the hoardings at No8 First Street.
Progress at No8 First Street continues to gain momentum and PATRIZIA UK has now unveiled a series of new images following a significant surge in occupier interest.
PATRIZIA UK (“PATRIZIA”) announces that No8 First Street (“No8”), its 173,600 sq ft Grade A office building, has celebrated reaching the highest point of its development with a topping out ceremony. The building will deliver Manchester’s first office space with winter gardens.
Bilfinger GVA and Savills Manchester teams have been appointed by the new owners as the office lettings agents for Number 8 First Street.
Work has started on the construction of a 173,600 sq ft office building at First Street in Manchester city centre. The office building has already been partiallypre-let to Gazprom, which has taken 39,570 sq ft of space, with a further option on 11,590 sq ft.
Residents and key stakeholders are invited by PATRIZIA UK and Ask Real Estate to see the latest plans for the next phase of development at First Street South which includes around 600 homes for rent and new attractive open spaces for both residents and the general public.
The 20-acre gateway site and its future development phases have been sold by Ask to the UK subsidiary of PATRIZIA Immobilien AG, a company listed on the German stock exchange Deutsche Borse. The European real estate investor was established in 1984 and has offices throughout Germany and in London, Amsterdam, Copenhagen, Helsinki, Luxembourg, Madrid, Paris and Stockholm.
The flagship regeneration development, which occupies a prominent position marking the southern gateway into the city, has been delivered in partnership between Manchester City Council and Ask Property Developments. Sainsbury's and Pizza Express have this week confirmed as scheme tenants alongside a raft of independent leisure and retail operators which are likely to be announced in the coming weeks.