Office and desk space in the Northern Quarter, managed by the Ethical Property Company.
We offer flexible contracts and affordable office rental.
Full office facilities and a communcal garden!
Our desk space packages include your own dedicated desk and pedestal unit, your own unique direct telephone line, internet connection and access to a black and white printer, all in a shared office environment.
The Centre offers a variety of private office spaces ranging from small, one person rooms, to large open plan units suitable for up to 20 desks.
All space packages are fully serviced and allow secure 24/7 access to the Centre.
The building is accessible, and has a passenger lift.
Oldham Street is in the Northern Quarter just off Manchester City Centre.
It is close to Piccadilly Train station and major Bus and Tram stops.
Desk spaces are available from £202.00 + VAT (£242.00) per month.
Office space is available from £732.00 + VAT (£879.00) per month for approximately 35m² or space for up to five desks.
Prices for each of our offices vary by size, the prices above are indicative – for an accurate quote please contact us.
All costs include rent, service charge, maintenance and management of the centre, broadband access, cleaning, utilities, waste, recycling, fire and security provision.
Tenants are responsible for payment of business rates, contents insurance, phone calls, and the use of printers and photocopiers.
Our contracts are really flexible - there is no fixed minimum term and tenants can give notice at any point during their contract period.
The notice period relates to the size of office you rent, and will vary from 1 to 6 months.
OryxAlign provide all IT and the telephone systems ensuring that any faults or issues with regard to IT or phone system infrastructure are dealt with quickly and effectively.
*Additional ad hoc support is also available if necessary (costs may apply).
The origins of our Centre in Manchester date back as far as 1929, when 46-50 Oldham Street was converted into one of Marks and Spencer's first stores in 1929. We have owned Green Fish Resource Centre since 2004 and it is currently home to many charities and voluntary groups working across a variety of sectors.
The Centre is situated in the heart of Manchester’s Northern Quarter, a focal point of the Industrial Revolution as the city became the capital of the world’s textile industry. Today, it is one of Manchester’s most vibrant areas, and is home to numerous independent shops, cafes and bars as well as a host of social change organisations.