Two Hardman Street, Spinningfields, p.PNW

Michael Page has Group has relocated its Manchester office to Two Hardman Street. Credit: Place North West

Recruitment firm makes Spinningfields office move

Michael Page Group has signed a 10-year lease on 7,400 sq ft of space at Hansainvest’s Two Hardman Street, just a three-minute walk away from its previous Manchester base.

Established in 1976, the recruitment consultancy group specialises in a broad range of industries, from digital and IT to construction and legal.

Taking up the first floor at Two Hardman Street, Michael Page has relocated from its former Spinningfields base to another in the area. This move comes as the firm’s 10-year lease on 10,000 sq ft at Three Hardman Square has ended.

Vail Williams advised Michael Page. JLL acted on behalf of Hansainvest on the deal, having also recently project-managed the refurbishment of the office building featuring a coffee bar, lounge, and yoga spaces.

James Devany, director of national office agency at JLL, said: “This scheme has been a tremendous success, demonstrating the specialist skill and dedication needed from each team to deliver such an impressive workspace.

“Our shared vision with Hansainvest allowed us to prioritise sustainability and deliver state-of-the-art space at Two Hardman Street which goes above and beyond in terms of amenities for employees.”

Nadja Pueker, asset manager at Hansainvest, added: “It’s been a joy to collaborate with JLL on this scheme, building on our already strong relationship.

“It’s been a pleasure to tap into JLL’s unique insights into occupier trends, enabling us to attract exciting businesses and create a thriving community at Two Hardman Street.”

Michael Page’s relocation to Hardman Street follows Arden University’s 43,000 sq ft letting within the building, in what has been the largest letting in Manchester so far this year.

Bojan Manevski, deputy chief commercial officer at Arden University, said: “As well as bringing our people together under one roof, we will now have the room to grow, collaborate, and educate.

“Not only that, but we’ll do so with best-in-class facilities, on the doorstep of Manchester city centre’s attractive offering.”

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