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55 King Street Manchester, M2 4LQ

15,500 sq ft
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A landmark building and formerly the headquarters of RBS in Manchester, the ground floor at 55 King Street is 15,500 sqft with planning consent for a mix of retail and leisure uses while the six upper floors contain 76,000 sqft of prestigious office space.

Current ground floor tenants include Bang & Olufsen, Whistles, Grafene & Mango Bean.


55 King St occupies a prominent position amid the hustle and bustle of Manchester’s Central Business District. Long established as the city’s central business core the area benefits from a wealth of prestigious office buildings and affluent workers and has excellent connections for shoppers in the city’s main retail areas on St Ann’s Square and The Arndale Centre on Market Street which are only a few minutes’ walk away.

King Street has shown strong growth in the leisure and dining market with increasing demand for new sites, as regional, national and London based operators recognise the Central Business District’s potential. Grafene, Mango Bean, Zizzi and Miller & Carter have all opened recently with Grand Pacific and others coming soon. The food and beverage market in Manchester looks bright and 55 King Street is ideally placed to benefit from this strong city-centre demand.

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Manchester city region has a world class, multimodal, integrated transport infrastructure which provides connectivity across the conurbation and the wider Northwest region, and direct access to the rest of the UK and world.


Easy access to the Motorway network provides access to all other UK cities by road.


Two primary railway stations provide an easy commute in and around the city region and couples with the pioneering Metrolink service. Being a central node in the UK’s rail network, Manchester is perfectly located to allow easy access from all parts of England, Scotland & Wales with 3 trains an hour to London taking just over 2 hours.


Buses to all parts of the region operate around the central hub at Piccadilly Gardens while free City Centre shuttle buses promote public transport use.


As the North’s only major international gateway, Manchester is connected to major destinations worldwide via Manchester Airport. The Airport was awarded ‘Best UK Airport’ in 2015 at the Globe Travel Awards. Carriers include British Airways, Emirates, Etihad and KLM.

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