Formerly the site of the Empress Brewery, BizSpace Manchester Old Trafford has been meticulously restored to create high-quality, flexible workspace (view the 360° tour here). With its Victorian charm intact - vaulted ceilings, wrought iron staircases, pillars and exposed brickwork - the centre provides our customers with 24-hour access to a quirky and characterful workplace. Here at the Empress Business Centre we offer first-class, modern facilities, with units that suit businesses of all sizes, ranging 110 to 4,348 sq ft. There is also free parking for customers and visitors, a dedicated on-site team and specialist catering, all within a stone’s throw of Manchester City Centre.
Located just 5 minutes drive out of Manchester city centre, our Old Trafford site is sandwiched between the centre of town, Salford Quays and Trafford Park, with great road access. We’re just off the A56 with direct access to the M60, M602 and M62, each accessible within 10 minutes. We’ve got great access to public transport and the Metrolink, with Cornbrook tram station is just 8 minutes walk away. Bus numbers 84, 255 and 256 stop nearby, and Deansgate and Manchester Oxford Road Station are both within a mile. We’ve got an unrivalled network of sites around Greater Manchester in locations like Cheadle, Newton Heath, Hollinwood, Altrincham and Trafford Park.
Our Manchester office space consists of 56 office units spread over six floors. These are provided unfurnished, so you can tailor the space to suit your business. If you need more space, you can upgrade to a larger office suite with no penalties, unlike many other business centres.
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We offer a number of storage units and workshops to let, with double doors and roller shutter access. We also have some split-level units, with industrial space on the ground floor and office space, a kitchen and toilets on the first floor.
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