60 Spring Gardens, Manchester, M2 2BQ, United Kingdom
Property Description and Details
60 Spring Gardens is located in the heart of Manchester’s prime financial and commercial core and the Upper King Street Conservation Area. The asset is situated at the end of a terrace of buildings along Fountain Street, and is located at the eastern end of King Street.
Manchester forms the focus of economic activity in the North West and comprises a strong mix of banking, finance, service sector businesses and manufacturing
60 Spring Gardens, designed by Alfred Waterhouse and built in 1882, occupies a prominent position in the heart of the Spring Gardens / King Street traditional business core. The Grade II listed building provided at acquisition a total of 2424 sq metres (26,089 sq ft) arranged over ground and 4 upper floors with 12 secure basement car parking spaces.
The acquisition of 60 Spring Gardens was made alongside our UK-based partners, APAM.
Central to NPV's social responsibility is its role as trustee, benefactor and participation in the Kingsley Holgate Foundation, which directly carries out humanitarian projects throughout Africa. For more information please click the above image.
CIDC (Claremont Improvement District Company) is initiated by businesses in Claremont to ‘top up’ various services provided by the City Council. Mike Nixon is on the CIDC board of directors.