Highcross has secured two new occupiers at its Deva City Office Park in Manchester City Centre. Joint agents CBRE, Edwards & Co and Canning O’Neill have completed deals to commercial interior designers, Décor Fusion, and design and marketing agency, Monitor Creative. Both occupiers were unrepresented.
Deva City Office Park provides a wide range of business space on the site of the former Threlfall’s Brewery which is accessed off Trinity Way in the centre of Manchester. The Grade II listed former brewery buildings have been sensitively refurbished and are complemented by 17 self-contained Brewery Yard office units arranged around a central courtyard in suite sizes ranging from 1,500 sq ft to 8,500 sq ft.
Décor Fusion is relocating from Quay House at Spinningfields into the 1,431 sq ft Unit 12 within Brewery Yard on a five year term. Monitor Creative has agreed a five year lease for 966 sq ft on the second floor of the historic tower in a relocation move from Oldfield Road.
Michelle Rothwell, Senior Surveyor of Office Agency at CBRE’s Manchester office, comments;
“Deva City Office Park is an attractive option for occupiers seeking flexible character space in the heart of Manchester City Centre with good road access and parking. The unique features within the former brewery buildings and the new, modern units offer a range of options for occupiers. The new deals take us a step closer to full occupation of this popular scheme and demonstrate that occupier activity levels are on the rise within the City Centre.”
Highcross Associate Director, Iain Taylor continued;
“Since our acquisition of Deva City Office Park in 2011, we have been pleased with the flow of lettings in both the self-contained brewery units and the tower. Our investment into the Park has generated some incredibly positive feedback and has proven key in attracting new occupiers. We are delighted to be welcoming Décor Fusion and Monitor Creative into our occupier mix.”