Israeli-owned Bank Hapoalim has appointed P3 Property Consultants to let its former offices in Manchester city centre.
The bank closed its Manchester office a year ago and is now looking to sublet 2,980 sq ft on the 12th floor of St James's House on Charlotte Street.
Built in the early 1960s as a mixed use office and retail development, the building was also once home to the St James Club, and had several floors of club rooms, bedrooms, squash courts and a swimming pool.
The 1960s building has been owned by Altrincham-based Stephen Elias since 2001 and has undergone major remodeled and refurbished.
Peter Gallagher, partner at P3, said: "This is a great opportunity to acquire good quality modern offices in a well known city centre address. The space has superb views over the city centre and can be let as it is with a very generous deal package or fully refurbished ready for immediate occupation. We can also offer adjoining floors for a larger occupier looking for between 6,000 and 9,000 sq ft."
Quoting rent is £17/sq ft.