Green Fish Resource Centre offers workspace and desk space in the Northern Quarter, located in Oldham Street in Manchester City Centre.
Space is available for those making positive impact: charities, non-profits, social enterprises, ethical businesses and local community organisations. We encourage collaboration and community, with offices from 1 to 26 people available, ranging from 9m² in size to our 133m² penthouse.
We believe in doing good. That means flexible contracts, fantastic facilities, and fair prices.
The origins of our centre date back as far as 1929, when 46-50 Oldham 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. These include our current tenants Oxfam and National Ugly Mugs.
With 917m² of workspace available, and dedicated desks, the Green Fish Resource Centre is the perfect place for you to take office space in Manchester. You can make use of a wide range of meeting rooms and communal spaces, including a communal garden, because we believe some of the best ideas happen away from your desk! Come and join us at this Manchester work space.