- Commercial, Retail
- 22, 072 sq ft
Manchester's oldest surviving warehouse
Carvers Warehouse occupies a convenient location, adjacent to Piccadilly Basin and just a 5 minute walk from Piccadilly station.
Built in 1806, Carver’s Warehouse is Manchester city centre’s oldest surviving warehouse and the only one built of stone.
In 2008, the building’s initial renovation was completed, with an additonal refurbishment programme completed in 2020 to provide new office accomodation (see below).
Offering superb offices of real character behind a contemporary extension. The building is currently home to various office tenants including Civic Engineers, The Harris Partnership, CTP Limited, Max Fordham, Renaissance, BWB and café/deli operator, North Star Piccadilly.
The sensitively restored, listed building comprises six floors of office accommodation all set within a magnificent piece of Manchester’s heritage.
Significant Refurbishment Programme Completed in 2020
Refurbishment to provide contemporary office accommodation in the heart of Manchester was completed in August 2020.
To read more on the initial development announcement CLICK HERE.