Commercial Property in Manchester

Manchester may have a surprising range of commercial property types to rent or buy. You could be searching for a plot of land for sale or an investment property in Manchester. You may also like to select what sized commercial property or price range you are looking for in Manchester. UKBusinessProperty will try to help you find your ideal commercial property in Manchester.

Commercial Property Manchester Results: (5 properties found)

land Liverpool Road, Cadishead, Manchester, M445BQ

1 Acre Development Opportunity Includes Pub, Houses & Land, Liverpool Road Cadishead, Manchester - Full Details Urban Locks Business Sales are delighted to offer for sale this prime development site on the...

Price: £1,200,000
Size: 1
Sale Type: For Sale
Property Type: Plot of Land, Pub / Restaurant / Hotel, Other
Date Listed: 22 / 08 / 2014

land Liverpool Road, Cadishead, Manchester, M445BQ

1 Acre Development Opportunity Includes Pub, Houses & Land, Liverpool Road Cadishead, Manchester - Full Details Urban Locks Business Sales are delighted to offer for sale this prime development site on the...

Price: £1,200,000
Size: 1
Sale Type: For Sale
Property Type: Plot of Land, Pub / Restaurant / Hotel, Other
Date Listed: 22 / 08 / 2014

land Liverpool Road, Cadishead, Manchester, M445BQ

1 Acre Development Opportunity Includes Pub, Houses & Land, Liverpool Road Cadishead, Manchester - Full Details Urban Locks Business Sales are delighted to offer for sale this prime development site on the...

Price: £1,200,000
Size: 1
Sale Type: For Sale
Property Type: Plot of Land, Pub / Restaurant / Hotel, Other
Date Listed: 22 / 08 / 2014

land Liverpool Road, Cadishead, Manchester, M445BQ

1 Acre Development Opportunity Includes Pub, Houses & Land, Liverpool Road Cadishead, Manchester - Full Details Urban Locks Business Sales are delighted to offer for sale this prime development site on the...

Price: £1,200,000
Size: 1
Sale Type: For Sale
Property Type: Plot of Land, Pub / Restaurant / Hotel, Other
Date Listed: 22 / 08 / 2014

457 Bury New Road, Prestwich, Manchester, M251AF

VACANT GROUND FLOOR SHOP PREMISES TO LET BURY NEW ROAD PRESTWICH, MANCHESTER - 457 Bury New Road, Manchester, Lancashire, M25 1AF Urban Locks Business Sales are delighted to introduce to the market these...

Rent: £10,500.00 per annum
Size: 60 m²
Sale Type: To Let
Property Type: Shops, Other
Date Listed: 27 / 11 / 2013

The local commercial agents listed below may be able to help you:

Roberts & Roberts

40 Princess Street, Manchester, M1 6DE.

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Roberts & Roberts was established in 1947 and provides a full range of professional services in respect of commercial and residential property in Greater Manchester. Roberts & Roberts prides itself in providing clients with a comprehensive, prompt and most importantly professional service on a variety of real estate and property matters in Manchester and Stockport. This includes commercial surveys and valuations; residential surveys and valuations; rent reviews and lease renewals; insurance v... Read more

Charterfields

Floor22 City Tower Piccadilly Plaza, Manchester, M1 4BT.

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Charterfields is a privately owned chartered surveying practice that follows a simple and straightforward business philosophy of creating a 'can do' culture to support, advise and deliver class-leading professional services. We operate from offices in London, Manchester and Sheffield, and in association with like-minded alliance partners around the world.

Jones Lang LaSalle

1 Piccadilly Gardens, Manchester, M1 1RG.

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Jones Lang LaSalle is a financial and professional services firm specialising in real estate services and investment management. Our more than 40,000 people in more than 1,000 locations in 70 countries serve the local, regional and global real estate needs of those clients, growing our company in the process. In response to changing client expectations and market conditions, we assemble teams of experts who deliver integrated services built on market insight and foresight, sound research and ... Read more

Bruntwood

City Tower Picadilly Plaza, Manchester, M1 4BT.

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Serviced Office Provider Commercial Estate Agent

Bruntwood is a family-owned and run property company that specialises in creating the right environments for a wide variety of businesses to succeed. With 110 properties across four UK cities, we provide office space, serviced and virtual offices, meeting rooms and retail premises to companies across a range of different business sectors. We dont see ourselves as a landlord but rather as your property partner, making sure that your choice of premises is adding the best possible benefit to the... Read more

TFC Commercial Property

1 Portland Street, Manchester, M1 3BE.

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At TFC we offer acquisition and disposal services for occupiers and investors alike. Our experience and extensive network of contacts within the property industry enables us to unearth opportunities that are not openly being marketed as well as providing comprehensive advice on those building being offered in the market place. Based at No 1 Portland Street in Manchester city centre our sphere of work is mainly in the North West of England.

About Manchester and its Commercial Property

Manchester Economy

Greater Manchester with a population of 2.7 million is very much the UK's second commercial city. There are 93,000 businesses, of which 75,000 employ less than 10 people. Accountants KPMG ranked Manchester as Europe's most competitive business city. The city is well served by motorways, the rail network and the UK's third largest international airport.

Manchester Office Property

Manchesters old Industrial buildings have provided the perfect raw material with which to combine an ultra modern look with a traditional past to give the city a unique personality. Over the past 15 years the city has changed out of all perspective. Gone are the old, run down or abandoned mills and factories. These have been redeveloped into super trendy warehouse offices and living apartments incorporating a classy look of steel and glass. The Manchester office market is now second only to London in the UK for volume.

Commercial areas of Manchester

  • Central Manchester & Castlefields is focused around a canal system, where goods were brought to be unloaded in to warehouses surrounding this junction. Today they have been converted into living accommodation and office space providing a picturesque setting for offices accommodating companies mainly in media and IT. Headline rents in Grade A buildings are £29.50psf but effective rents with incentives work out to £23psf. Available Grade A space at Belvedere and Chancery Place is diminishing as demand has picked up in the City market and the new speculative development 1 St. Peter's Square may not bring enough space into the pipeline.
  • Salford Quays, - Manchester 's answer to Canary Warf with it’s a waterside business complex. The big news here is the creation of Media City, the purposebuilt environment for the creative industries in which is anchored by the BBC with over 60 other media companies, served by the tram network to central Manchester.
  • South Manchester and Old Trafford. The South Manchester market, which extends to Cheadle and Stockport, has been very active in recent years. Properties located on business parks are the norm, and those close to the airport are the most in demand. Availability of Grade A space is now constrained.

Industrial property in Greater Manchester ranges from industrial break up opportunities to purpose built speculatively developed estates and business parks. Prime industrial rents at Trafford Park come in at £6psf., which is the top of the market but good second hand space is available from £2.50psf.

Property Development in Manchester

Central Manchester has two major development schemes that are in train:

  • Greengate Embankment — a joint development between Ask Developments and Network Rail — is situated along the banks of the River Irwell where the two cities meet, revitalising an area of Salford that is literally a stone's throw away from the retail heart of Manchester city centre. The extensive regeneration of this long-neglected and underused site, which includes Manchester's old Exchange Railway Station, will turn it into a new residential, retail and business destination.
  • Sited beside Victoria Station, NOMA53 will transform 20 acres of Manchester city centre’s heartland into a development like no other, combining a £100 million new head office for the Co-operative Group at 1 Angel Square as phase 1, later phases comprise Offices, shops, hotels and homes: a development pipeline at varied price points, linked by a commitment to the highest quality of design and environmental performance.

Greater Manchester has a £650 million development called “Airport City” includes new offices, industrial units, hotels, retail and leisure facilities aimed at businesses which need close access to an international airport. Airport City is also the focal point of the Enterprise Zone for Greater Manchester.

Manchester Retail Property

Retail in central Manchester is dominated by the revamped Arndale Centre, and traditional high street shops in the Piccadilly and Deansgate, while in the Greater Manchester area a series of District Centres supply day to day needs, comparison and destination shoppers use the Trafford Centre, the Manchester Fort/ Queens Road Retail Park, and specialist Lowry Outlet Mall. The Trafford Centre dominates the outer Manchester market with 30 million visitors a year to the 160 stores and 30 restaurants, the addition of the adjacent Trafford QuaysLeisure village has increased the leisure offer at the site. The Arndale Centre is the third largest shopping centre in Europe with 1.6 million sq ft , 220 shops and tops the Trafford Centre for visitors at 41 million. Headline rents in prime retail locations in Manchester are similar to Birmingham, Leeds and Edinburgh at around £250psf.

Leisure and Hospitality Property in Manchester

With a major international airport and a vibrant city, with it's MEN Arena and Manchester Central attracting confrences and visitors to the area, Manchester is the third most visited city in the UK. To supply their needs, Manchester has 71 graded hotels with about 9,500 rooms. It also has many serviced apartments as a legacy of the apartment building boom, and a host of guest houses.

Commercial property usage in Manchester

We aim to list the full range of commercial property available to rent or to buy in Manchester on UKBusinessProperty. We aim to offer a range of commercial property listings which include any possible businesses for sale in Manchester. So why delay, have a look at our commercial property listings in Manchester and possible find a new home for your business.

Commercial property in Manchester suggestions

You may want to consider some of the following points as you carry out your search for commercial property in Manchester. If you are planning on buying a commercial property you should be careful to factor in the significant purchase costs which are associated, such and stamp duty and legal fees which will have an instant impact on cash flow. Thinking about these couple of points as you search through the property listings on UKBusinessProperty may help you choose the best possible property for you to rent or buy.

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