One St. Peter’s Square is the only speculative Grade A office building ‘onsite now’ and will be the best, new business address in Manchester.
One St. Peter’s Square provides 268,000 sq ft of BREEAM ‘Excellent’, Grade ‘A’ office space in the centre of Manchester and the heart of the central business district. Having pre-let 63,000 sq ft to KPMG, this important new building, along with Manchester City Council’s £185 million transformation and redevelopment of the Square, Library Walk, Central Library and The Town Hall extension, demonstrates the scale of the city’s ambition to transform its civic heart.
From open field to central business district, St. Peter’s Square has undergone significant transformation over the years. Through periods of prosperity and decline, the Square has remained a focal point for business and the seat of power in the city of Manchester.
The Square is dominated by the St. Peter’s church and becomes a transport hub.
1907, the church is demolished, Central Library and Town Hall Extension built from 1934-1938.
The Square becomes dominated by traffic.
Elizabeth House is built.
The next phase of St. Peter’s Square. The completion of One St. Peter’s Square and the redesign and development of the square, bringing it back to it’s formaer civic glory and providing a new focus for business in Manchester.