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News » Up To £20m » Helical plans Manchester office refurb » published 16 May 2017

Helical plans Manchester office refurb

Property developer Helical is planning a multi-million pound refurbishment of an historic Manchester office building.

Trinity Court – old façade, modern behind Above: Trinity Court – old façade, modern behind

Helical has paid £12.9m to acquire Trinity Court, a 47,500 sq ft office building on John Dalton Street in Manchester city centre, from Ardstone Capital.

The Grade II listed façade of the seven-storey building dates back to 1865 but it was redeveloped in 1992 to provide a modern behind.

The office space is currently 100% let to Squire Patton Boggs, with one year remaining on the lease. When the tenant leaves, Helical plans a significant refurbishment and extension programme to deliver ‘institutional quality’ modern office space.




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This article was published on 16 May 2017 (last updated on 16 May 2017).

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