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Manchester State of the Market

Investments and Developments Shaping The Next Decade

Event Ended On: Tuesday May 15 2018

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No 1 Spinningfields

Refined design, premium materials, panoramic views: No.1 Spinningfields offers a professional and social environment that is unrivaled in Manchester. From D&D London’s 20 Stories rooftop restaurant, to WeWork’s first centre outside of London, offering co-work, events & meeting spaces, No 1 Spinningfields offers an uplifting experience. It completes the original masterplan, as the jewel in the crown, of the award-winning regeneration of the Spinningfields estate. There are just a few opportunities remaining in the building for businesses to join the discerning tenant line up, including; PwC, Squire Patton Boggs and a forthcoming business lounge concept on level 17. No 1 Spinningfields is owned by clients of Schroder Real Estate who are proudly working in partnership with the developer, Allied London, to deliver a world-class commercial building.

Photo Courtesy of Daniel Hopkinson


Speakers and Panels

Reimagining Manchester

Michelle Rothwell

Founder, Watch This Space

Workplace Innovation

Creating Spaces That Attract Talents & Boost the Economy

Tony Skipper

Tony Skipper

Director, 5plus Architects


No 1 Spinningfields

16th Floor
1 Hardman Square, Spinningfield
Manchester, M3 3EB
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Time Activity
7:30 AM
8:30 AM
Breakfast & Networking
8:30 AM
8:50 AM
Opening Keynote
8:50 AM
9:30 AM
Reimagining Manchester
9:30 AM
10:10 AM
Workplace Innovation: Creating Spaces That Attract Talents & Boost the Economy
10:10 AM
10:30 AM
Post Panel Networking


1) Does Manchester, as a single organism, offer the right blend of spaces to become a destination where businesses, residents and visitors like to live, work and play?

2) As Manchester continues to be a international hub for technology and innovation, how will the city navigate future office investment?

 3) Which Manchester submarkets are most appealing for investment, as it relates to rent, talent pool and accessibility?

4) Is Manchester prepared for co-working and co-living?

5) What retailers and companies are headed in and out in 2018?

6) Are the BTR units currently in the pipeline suitable for the people of Manchester?