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Chancery Place Key Developments

Chancery Place occupies a strategic location on a unique island site at the heart of Manchester’s traditional prime commercial core.

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Chancery Place

Chancery Place is a new 102,000 sq ft commercial scheme of the highest quality fronting Brown Street and Booth Street in Manchester city centre. Recently completed, it comprises a mix of retail (A1, A2, A3) and office (B1) uses over 15 floors with floorplates of 7,763 sq ft, and 2.5 levels of basement providing car parking and ancillary space with 52,300 sq ft let approximately 49,700 sq ft remains available on floorplates of approximately 7,700 sq ft.

The scheme also benefits from excellent transportation links, with both Piccadilly and Victoria Stations within easy walking distance and nearby access to the Metrolink service at St Peter’s Square and Mosley Street. Floor to ceiling glazing allows maximum daylight penetration, as well as optimising key views out of the building, especially at the upper levels, whilst providing active street frontages to both Brown Street and Booth Street at ground floor level.

The recent dramatic transformation and the continued development of both Manchester’s residential and commercial sectors allows Chancery Place to benefit from a host of surrounding restaurants, bars and hotels.

Chancery Place incorporates a state of the art specification meeting the requirements of the modern office occupier.

This includes: * Striking 5.6 metre height reception * 24hr manned reception * Secure basement parking * State of the art Building Energy Management System (BEMS) ensuring an optimal working environment * ‘Very Good’ BREEAM rating

DEVELOPER Blue Cube Developments AGENT Savills Jones Lang LaSalle

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