Posted 22 June, 2018 OBI NEWS
The recent arrival of technology development company Telux, which has taken 2,532 sq ft of space on the first floor at 55 Spring Gardens, Manchester, means the building is close to being fully occupied with the second, third and part-fourth floors all under offer and just one suite remaining on the fifth floor (7,033 sq ft).
Murray Leach, Managing Director, Telux Limited said: “55 Spring Gardens provides a fantastic contemporary space for our growing team. The space reflects our business ethos and provides a great workspace from which we can develop the growth of our business.”
Telux has relocated from The Royal Exchange due to its requirement for expansion space to help facilitate the growth of the business following its acquisition by Invosys. OBI acted on behalf of the building owner, Aviva Investor.
Christian Anderton, Aviva Investors said: “We provide workspace that enhances productivity for the businesses that occupy it. 55 Spring Gardens continues to generate interest from the tech and wider start-up community and Telux Limited are a strong addition to that group of residents.”
Debbie Meredith, Transactions & Asset Management, OBI said: “It is great to welcome another occupier into the building. 55 Spring Gardens provides an inspiring contemporary working environment to businesses from a wide and diverse range of sectors in the heart of Manchester. The building has received significant interest and with a further deal in solicitor’s hands, we expect to be announcing the arrival of a further occupier in the near future”
The specification of 55 Spring Gardens includes fully exposed M & E services, pendant lighting and exposed internal columns revealing a combination of concrete encasement and steelwork. The reception benefits from an interactive media wall and event space for occupier use, promotional events and client entertaining.