Manchester is a city in North Western England. It boasts a very high quality of life thanks to one of the most prosperous economies in the UK and a large office rental market. Manchester was the core city of the industrial revolution, and it remains one of the leading manufacturing centres as well as a giant financial hub outside of London. At the same time, it is an attractive business location with large investment flows and numerous job opportunities in biotechnology, hospitality industry, real estate, insurance services, digital and technology, logistics, energy, and healthcare. Manchester can be easily reached both internationally and locally due to its airport, which is one of the largest in the UK, together with well-planned railway and motorway links. Serviced offices have become a popular choice with Manchester entrepreneurs as many of them have such advantages as a prime location, such facilities as parking, cleaning, reception and maintenance included in the price, and rent price often lower than with traditional offices.
Office space in a business centre is an excellent option for teams of any size: if your business is growing, you can rent additional workspaces easily, and vice versa, scale down. It is not surprising that serviced offices in modern buildings with meeting rooms, and lounge areas are in high demand. Therefore, a new business district in Manchester will soon arise.170 acres of business premises and residential complexes will be built. Apart from more than 2 mln square feet of offices, there will be also new shops, restaurants, and bars.
Currently, the city centre is Manchester's most important business district with prestigious A-grade flexible workspaces for rent.
Manchester has plenty of fascinating sights and events, which makes the city worth exploring, for instance, the Manchester Arena. There is a vast variety of museums to pay a visit such as Museums of Science and industry. Manchester boasts its leading football Premier League and football clubs.
The vast variety of restaurants, pubs, cafes make Manchester one of the most attractive cities for foodies. The most popular shopping malls are Trafford Centre and Manchester Arndale together with the shops and boutiques placed on Market Street and the Exchange Square.