The developer has submitted an application for a 370,000 sq ft office scheme off City Road and Medlock Street within Manchester’s First Street regeneration zone.
Marshall CDP proposes the construction of two office buildings of 11 and 14 storeys on the one-acre gateway site, which the developer owns.
Click any image below to launch gallery
Under the plans, a central atrium would occupy the area between the two blocks, linking Medlock Street through to a garden on Shortcroft Street.
The site currently houses a 1980s office building that would be demolished under Marshall’s proposals.
Jon Matthews Architects designed the buildings, which will each boast a roof terrace, and Deloitte Real Estate is the planning consultant.
The wider project team includes Booth King Partnership as the structural engineer, Planit-IE as the landscape architect, and Curtins as transport consultant.
The submission of the application follows a period of consultation in August.
The One City Road site was one of three added to Manchester City Council’s First Street development framework in July, together providing scope for more than 1m sq ft of commercial space, including an office tower at Little Peter Street.