CEG has managed the multi-million pound refurbishment of the historic 192 Deansgate building in the heart of Manchester City Centre.
Designed by architect Charles Heathcote and constructed in 1904 for the Royal London Friendly Society, the Grade II listed building is a classic example of Edwardian Baroque architecture. CEG has remodelled the entrance and reception to provide an impressive atrium from the ground to fifth floors, providing contemporary office space with unique heritage features in this striking stone building. A new café restaurant and break-out collaboration space for customers is being provided on the ground floor.
The rolling refurbishment has provided modern office suites while unveiling more of the unique historic features within the building. As a result, CEG has let the majority of the space since the refurbishment, with only 10,500 sq ft of office space remaining.
The building sits at the busy junction of Deansgate, Quay Street and Peter Street in the heart of the business district. The ground floor retail units are home to Blacks, and Call Print.
Property agents WHR and Canning O’ Neill continue to market the remaining office space with Cheetham & Mortmer and Hynes Illingworth appointed on the ground floor retail space.