Rise and Grindsmith plan next Manchester collaboration

Barclays’ FinTech community space Rise and independent coffee business Grindsmith are planning a second collaboration in Manchester city centre.A planning application has been submitted to Manchester City Council for a new "café, meeting and seminar facility" in a former estate agent office opposite the town hall.The application from Bruntwood includes ... Read More...

Move Commercial Business Breakfast: The evolution of Manchester’s workspace

Move Commercial Business Breakfast: The evolution of Manchester's workspace As Move Commercial’s 10th anniversary year continues, what better time to reflect on a decade of change in the office market? We rounded up an audience of commercial property industry insiders at Bruntwood’s Neo building in Manchester for a morning of networking and ... Read More...

New tenant confirmed as Bright Building officially opens

A new tenant has been announced for Manchester’s Bright Building as the development celebrates its official opening.Global automotive engineering and environmental consultancy Ricardo will move into the 70,000 sq ft Manchester Science Partnerships (MSP) flagship site, which was launched last night (21 September).The expanding firm, which works with major UK ... Read More...

AO agrees Riverside deal

AO World PLC is to consolidate its Manchester operation by taking the whole of Baskerville House at Bruntwood’s Riverside office complex.The move will see the Bolton-headquartered white goods specialist take an 11-year lease for the entire six-storey building, occupying just under 37,000 sq ft.AO World PLC, which trades as AO.com, ... Read More...

Bruntwood backs Crossrail for the North campaign

Commercial property developer Bruntwood is backing a major campaign for Crossrail for the North.The campaign is seeking “transformational investment” from the government to create a "world-class, high capacity rail network to link Northern cities and ignite economic growth".A letter sent to Prime Minister Theresa May and Chancellor Philip Hammomd today ... Read More...

Manchester to get first waste food pay-as-you-feel restaurant

Real Junk Food Manchester will open the city’s first waste food pay-as-you-feel restaurant next month.The social enterprise aims to raise awareness around food waste by creating meals with ingredients that would otherwise be thrown away.Following a series of delays to previous plans, Bruntwood has offered the not-for-profit company a temporary ... Read More...