31 Booth Street, Manchester
31 Booth Street is a Grade II listed office building and occupies a highly prominent, corner position in the Upper King Street Conservation Area, which forms the traditional commercial centre of Manchester. Fronting both Fountain Street and Booth Street, the building is both well known and well located having been the home of a variety of high profile occupiers over the last 20 years.
Originally designed by prolific Victorian architects practice Clegg and Knowles in 1868, the Venetian Gothic corner block was significantly altered in the 1980s. More recently the building had become vacant and in need of bringing up to modern office standards whilst providing a new identity for the building.
The building now comprises 25,000 sq. ft of commercial office space and 3,500 sq. ft of A3 restaurant / café space.
The building has been fully redeveloped to offer a contemporary reception, high specification office accommodation, new lifts, cycle storage and welfare accommodation.
The mechanical and electrical services have been replaced in their entirety across all 7 floors. The office space now benefits from heat-recovery VRF, mechanical ventilation and LED lighting complete with smart controls.