" Were constantly looking at how we can improve our workspaces to offer our customers the best possible environment and refurbs like Lowry House form part of this commitment."
Leading property company Bruntwood Works has welcomed five new customers to the newly refurbished sixth floor of its landmark Lowry House building on Marble Street, Manchester.
New customers include leading global provider of wellness therapies, REVIV; business support group Enterprise Nation; lighting systems developer Simmtronic and recruitment specialists Talentful.
They have joined five existing customers already located on the sixth floor, meaning the ten private offices are now fully let just three months after unveiling the brand new look. The transformation is centred on a botanical theme and focuses on bringing the outside in, with an array of communal plants and natural materials throughout.
Following the success of the inspiring workspaces created as part of the refurbishment, work is now underway on breathing new life into the fifth floor, with designs inspired by the sunset vista the building offers, due to complete in August.
Andrew Cooke, regional director for Bruntwood Works, said: “We’re constantly looking at how we can improve our workspaces to offer our customers the best possible environment and refurbs like Lowry House form part of this commitment.”
“The sixth floor is heavily themed around an urban oasis, helping to create a fresh, vibrant look. It has been incredibly well received with businesses taking up space there and we’re now well on track to complete changes to the floor below as a result, and cementing the building’s place as one of our key sites in the city centre.”
Housing a total of 45 businesses, Lowry House is located in the heart of Manchester city centre, parallel to Market Street.
Bruntwood Works is in partnership with new customer Enterprise Nation to provide a range of business support services to customers across its portfolio, as well as hosting a successful programme of vibrant events for small businesses and start-ups. The next event ‘Bruntwood Works Presents: How to build a successful restaurant venture’ will take place at Leaf on Portland Street, Manchester on Wednesday 12 June.
Emma Jones, co-founder of Enterprise Nation said: “We pride ourselves on offering our team the best possible work environment to thrive in and the new space at Lowry House was exactly what we were looking for. We are delighted to not only be able to work within such stunning surroundings, but also continue to collaborate with Bruntwood Works as a trusted partner offering its wider customer community important business support services to help them successfully collaborate, network and grow.”
Andrew added: “Creating strong working communities and helping to forge links between like-minded businesses is at the heart of everything we do, so it’s essential that our spaces offer an environment where creativity and innovation can thrive.
“We’re extremely excited about our plans for Lowry House, which are currently being finalised, and these floor refurbs are just the beginning of a very exciting future ahead for the community there.”