Real estate asset and investment manager Catella Apam has completed the £1.5m refurbishment of 60 Spring Gardens in Manchester, which has been rebranded as No.60.
The four-storey No.60 was designed by Alfred Waterhouse and has been restored, with a 19th century Victorian façade around the refurbished offices.
The building has 22,000 sq ft available which can be split into floorplates of 5,500 sq ft.
Apam has secured restaurant Six by Nico who has taken 3,250 sq ft, and Black Sheep Coffee, which took 1,400 sq ft,on the ground floor.
Pete Owen, senior asset manager at Apam, said: “In partnership with our design team we were sensitive towards the building’s heritage but wanted to bring the building back to life with a stylish sense of arrival to provide a ‘wow’ factor.
“The building is iconic within the CBD and having reactivated the ground floor with two exceptional independent operators, the newly designed workspace, reception and rebranding will provide customers with a boutique workplace with wellbeing and leisure amenities.”