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JLL lands double appointment on prominent city centre buildings ahead of major refurbishment

MANCHESTER, 29 January 2020 – JLL’s north west offices team has kicked off 2020 with a duo of appointments on two prime city centre office schemes, both under the management of Muller International.

The global property consultancy firm has been brought on to 19 Spring Gardens and 44 Peter Street ahead of refurbishment works due to be carried out across both buildings. JLL will be joint agents on both schemes with Cushman & Wakefield.

19 Spring Gardens is scheduled for a major refurbishment, with the 36,045 sq. ft. building due to receive a refurbished external entrance, new reception and lift lobbies, in addition to a full refurbishment of the vacant office space in the building.

44 Peter Street will be receiving a new cycle hub in addition to the refurbishment of the vacant floors.

Andrew Rands, associate director in JLL’s offices team, said: “It’s great to be starting the new year with instructions on two fantastic city centre buildings. Demand for space in central Manchester is showing no sign of abating. The refurbishment works will reposition both buildings within the market and we expect interest will be high once the works are complete.

The buildings are already home to Buck Insurance, Griffith & Armour and Howes Percival amongst others.

The refurbishment works on both buildings are due to start on site imminently.

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