Posted 26 July, 2017 OBI NEWS
Two new tenants Republic of Media and Worldwide Tickets have taken office space at 26 Cross Street.
26 Cross Street provides stunning boutique office space in the heart of Manchester City Centre. Catalyst Capital have recently completed a sub-division to the 1st and 2nd floors of the building and can now provide office accommodation from 1,270 sq ft to 8,360 sq ft.
The 1,379 sq ft space on the second floor and 1,140 sq ft first floor space have been taken by Republic of Media and Worldwide Tickets respectively at a headline rental of £22.50 per square foot.
This iconic 1930s’ building has been fully refurbished to provide Grade A boutique-style office space with state-of-the-art suites.
Republic of Media is a media buying company and Worldwide Tickets are one of America’s primary and secondary sources for hard to get tickets, new to the UK.
Located in one of Manchester’s most historic and lively streets and within the St Anne’s Square conservation area, the eight-storey 21,500 sq ft building has only 3 full floors remaining with two smaller suites ranging from 1,270 sq ft to 1,430 sq ft also seeing strong interest.
26 Cross Street provides office accommodation over 1st to 8th floors and each floor provides self-contained office space with its own WC and shower facilities. Accessed off the main lift core, the office space is highly efficient and can accommodate a range of occupational layouts.
Debbie Meredith, Transactions and Asset Management, OBI Property said: “We are delighted to welcome both Worldwide Tickets and Republic of Media into this fantastic building. The building is situated in a great location and the range of suite sizes that can be provided throughout the building continues to attract strong interest from potential occupiers. We are delighted we will soon be able to announce a further tenant moving in soon”.