Our Fourways project situated in Manchester’s Northern Quarter has received planning approval from Manchester City Council.
The refurbishment of the 59,000 sq ft Grade II listed former packing warehouse will strip away clutter from the atrium whilst introducing a dynamic curved bridge at every ﬂoor. The steel bridges, designed to reﬂect the industrial qualities of the building and the Northern Quarter more generally, will enable all circulation space to be pulled away from ﬂoor plates maximising net internal area whilst bringing life and vibrancy into the atrium which currently is an under-utilised asset.
The proposals at Fourways will signiﬁcantly increase the quality of the ofﬁce spaces with a series of rolling refurbishments on a ﬂoor by ﬂoor basis. These refurbishments will strip away large quantities of low quality, ad-hoc modern partitions to create light and spacious ofﬁce spaces that highlight and maximise the potential of the building’s inherent historic and industrial characteristics.