CBRE and DTZ have been appointed by Bruntwood to market Deansgate&Quay, formerly Overseas House, which is undergoing a £4.5m refurbishment.
The Sheppard Robson-designed refurbishment will provide 52,122 sq ft of open plan contemporary office space across six floors, with individual floorplates of 8,687 sq ft.
The scheme will incorporate stripped-back industrial features and raw materials, such as polished concrete with a New York-inspired interior, offering the ideal blank canvas for occupiers to add their own style and corporate identity to their working environment.
Rob Yates, director at DTZ, said: "The supply of Grade A and good quality Grade B office accommodation has become particularly constrained given the lack of new development and major refurbishments in recent years. Deansgate&Quay will therefore help to fill this void and we envisage the exceptional refurbishment proposals will have significant appeal in the market. Bruntwood is well respected for delivering quality refurbishment on its buildings. It has some imaginative proposals for this high profile building and prospective occupiers can be assured that the accommodation will be delivered to the highest quality within the timeframe specified."
Peter Crowther, development director at Bruntwood, said: "Deansgate&Quay will create a state-of-the-art urban contemporary workspace for Manchester professionals in the heart of the City's business district. We are delighted to be working with the teams at DTZ and CBRE in the marketing of Deansgate&Quay and look forward to welcoming new occupiers to the scheme in the near future."