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WORLD CLASS

WORLD CLASS

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‘NUMBER ONE’ No.1 SPINNINGFIELDS

Refined design, premium materials, panoramic views: No.1 Spinningfields offers a professional and social environment unlike any other in Manchester.

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When we set out to create No.1 Spinningfields we confidently announced that we’d be delivering something world-class.

the building, and its manifestation is the result of a tireless obsession over design, detail and materials, alongside a deep understanding of placemaking.

And now that it’s completed, it’s clear that No.1 Spinningfields is indeed a world-class development. It’s a project that offers not only a premium corporate aesthetic, but also offers a very modern kind of daytime and evening hospitality.

Research, design, craft and an unwavering sense of prestige – all of it has combined to make a place that strengthens the connection between people and the places they work; between how they do business and how they socialise.

This seamless crossover between workday, leisure and lifestyle is central to the No.1 Spinningfields ethos. It’s an ethos that permeates every aspect of

Michael Ingall Chief Executive Allied London

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DESIGN

No.1 Spinningfields now stands as one of a group of landmark buildings within Manchester city centre. One of the key drivers for the design was the internal workspaces of the building. Flexible workspace floorplates and the integration of amenity has been key to the success as a corporate destination for the city. The amenity space was a deliberate requirement at the start of the project including a foodhall, coffee shop, rooftop restaurant and social club to support both tenants of the building and the wider Spinningfields community.

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AMENITY

A modern building is no longer just a place of work, it needs to be a fully diverse workspace with choice and fluidity, therefore a strong placemaking strategy needs to be behind the development of new buildings. People have diverse interests, they also demand experiences, and these experiences can now take place in the workspace. Whether it’s coffee with friends and colleagues, breakfast and lunch meetings, business dinners, or just a leisurely drink in the evening; they are all important activities in the busy working day. It is important that they all take place in the same environment, provided they are properly curated and crafted.

The design of No.1 Spinningfields incorporates a coffee shop, a foodhall, two restaurants, two bars and its own social club with kitchen, bar, dining experience and a unique events space. WeWork provide the modern-day co-work provision; Mark & Spencer have delivered the foodhall, D&D London have created the bespoke roof-top restaurant; Pot Kettle Black have created an independent coffee lounge; and No.1 Spinningfields even boasts a business/social club provided by the building.

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Marks & Spencer Foodhall 14

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H O S P I TA L I T Y

No.1 Spinningfields provides a world class environment at the heart of Spinningfields. The building offers technologically adaptable workspaces, state-of-the art business facilities and some of the finest hospitality offerings in Manchester. Spinningfields has become the city’s leading managed retail and leisure destination, boasting some of the best independent bars and restaurants in the UK. Now, No.1 Spinningfields delivers 20 Stories – a rooftop restaurant from Michelin-starred operators D&D London. Sitting 100 metres above ground level this signature restaurant offers Manchester’s most spectacular panoramic views, stylish contemporary surroundings, an elegant cocktail bar, a stunning outdoor terrace and modern British menus by Michelin-starred chef Aiden Byrne.

20 Stories - D&D London

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C O R P O R AT E

The last 20 years have seen Manchester evolve into the UK’s most inspiring and forward-thinking city to live and work within. The city’s newfound ability to attract global companies is leading to a dramatic evolution. Economic prosperity and a diverse corporate culture demand a thoroughly modern infrastructure to maintain them. No.1 Spinningfields is a modern building at the heart of a modern city, occupied by global companies leading their respective sectors. The building was developed to cater for Manchester’s important corporate businesses, it has gone even further and achieved world renowned corporates with PwC and Squire Patton Boggs, both world class businesses; and Oliver James Associates, NorthEdge, Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment and Browne Jacobson, all important businesses who have international reach. WeWork are a global entity who ensured that they secured No.1 Spinningfields as their first regional outpost in the UK.

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C O R P O R AT E

WeWork

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PwC

PwC

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Oliver James Associates

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Douglas Scott Legal Recruitment

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WO R K S PAC E L E V E LS

A world-class building for businesses with refined and flexible office spaces to suite all occupiers. No.1 Spinningfields provides serious businesses with a tailored business environment situated in the most prominent site in the heart of the most intensively managed, privately owned, city centre estate. A prestigious, architecturally iconic design with a specification that builds on the numerous quality and sustainability awards and accolades achieved at Spinningfields.

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TOW E R L E V E L 19

LEVEL 19

L E V E L 17

LEVEL 14

TOW E R L E V E L 18 AVA I L A B L E W O R K S PA C E TOW E R L E V E L 17

20 S TO R I E S RO O F TO P R E S TA U R A N T

TOW E R L EV E L 16

ALL WORK & SOCIAL B U S I N E S S LO U N G E

TOW E R L EV E L 15

RECEPTION CONCIERGE TOW E R L E V E L 14

M&S FOODHALL

TOW E R L E V E L 13

INDEPENDENT CAFE/ COFFEE BAR

TOW E R L E V E L 12 TOW E R L E V E L 11 LEVEL 13

L E V E L 10 -12

LEVEL 13

TOW E R L E V E L 10 TOW E R L E V E L 0 9 TOW E R L E V E L 0 8 PODIUM LEVEL 07 PODIUM LEVEL 06 PODIUM LEVEL 05 PODIUM LEVEL 04

LEVEL 9

L E V E L 4 -7

LEVEL 8-9

PODIUM LEVEL 03 PODIUM LEVEL 02 PODIUM LEVEL 01 MEZZANINE GROUND

UPPER BASEMENT LOW E R BA S E M E N T

LEVEL 03

LEVEL 0

L EV E L M E Z Z -2

BYROM STREET

GARTSIDE STREET

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TOWER LEVELS 15 & 16

BYROM STREET

GARTSIDE STREET

Q U AY S T R E E T

HARDMAN SQUARE

11,325 sq ft (1,052 sq m)

130 x Workstations

1 x Client cloak/storage area

3 x Phone booths

1 x Reception

2 x Staff cloak/locker storage area

1 x Touchdown area

1 x 16 Person board room

3 x Executive office

1 x Tea point/coffee bar

1 x 12 Person meeting room

1 x Executive touchdown lounge

2 x Print hubs

1 x 8 Person meeting room

1 x Seminar space for 50 people

2 x 4 Person meeting rooms

1 x Staff breakout area

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CGI of tower level office

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GARTSIDE STREET

WEIGHTMANS

BYROM STREET

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HARDMAN SQUARE

6,629 sq ft (616 sq m)

60 x Workstations (1:10 sq m)

2 x Executive offices

1 x Comms room

1 x Concierge reception

1 x Executive waiting lounge

3 x Phone booths

1 x 20 Person board room

1 x Kitchen/breakout area

1 x Store room

1 x 10 Person VC meeting room

2 x Touchdown/collaboration areas

1 x 4 Person meeting room

2 x Cloak/locker storage area

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CGI of tower level office

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E N V I R O N M E N TA L

FLOOR LOADING

•T  he building has achieved an ‘Excellent’ BREEAM rating.

•3  .5 kN/sq m imposed loading - office area.

•T  riple glazed high performance windows to three sides (front elevation is double glazed).

•1  kN/sq m imposed loading partitions.

MECHANICAL & ELECTRICAL GRID •1  .5m / 3m building planning module. • 9m and 12m structural grid (north to south). •7  .5m and 9m structural grid (east to west).

HEIGHTS •3  m floor to ceiling height in podium levels 1-6 and 2.75m floor to ceiling height in tower levels 7-19 with a 200mm ceiling construction and lighting zone. •1  50mm raised floor zone (including deflection and tolerance, but excluding floor finish). •1  .05m structural floor zone (including deflection, excluding tolerance). • 200mm ceiling construction and lighting zone.

•T  he offices will be comfort cooled and heated by a 2 and 4 pipe variable fan coil HVAC system, designed to accommodate a density of 1 person: 10 sq m.

INTERNAL ELEMENTS • Raised access flooring comprising 600 x 600mm modular tiles. • Carpet provision by way of a Developer capital contribution. •S  uspended ceiling will comprise acoustic metal tile lay-in suspended ceiling in a metal grid, capable of partitioning on a 1.5 x 1.5m grid.

•2  2°C (plus or minus 2 degrees) internal design condition and 12 l/s per person outside air supply, plus 10% (FCU fit-out) based on 1 person: 10 sq m.

SECURITY

•4  0 W/sq m (busbar capacity) small power provision for lighting (12 W/sq m) and power (25 W/sq m) to office floors, and 15 W/sq m capacity in the riser.

• Wireways for future tenant security system to be installed to each door to office areas on split floors.

•F  uture tenant plant space will be provided for future use at roof and basement levels. •T  he BMS head-end is installed as part of the base build and network configuration will have an interface for the tenant to access as part of their Category B works.

• Proximity readers will be provided to main entrance doors, reception turnstiles and car park entry system.

• Door intercom phone system will be provided to the external entrance doors. • Speedgate and intercom system will control access to the basement car park. • CCTV integrated system will be installed at critical areas around the building for surveillance.

RESILIENCE •H  V power supplies will be from dual 6.6 KVa cables on a ring network. •C  ritical life safety systems within the building will be backed by a landlord’s single set diesel standby generator, whilst tank rooms and tenant plant space is provided for enhanced generator back-up by individual tenants. •T  elephony can be sourced from any telephony company. •2  separate exchanges, clockwise and anticlockwise, around a dedicated Spinningfields ring (comprising 4 x Spinningfields ducts and a 2 duct BT system), entering the building via dual feeds and thereon to the tenant’s demise via dual risers.

ACCESSIBILITY •2  4/7/365 access with fully inclusive design - DDA accessible building, designed to current requirements and best practices. •3  x 21 person / 1,600kg passenger high-speed lifts serving the podium floors ground – 6 based on an occupancy of 1 person: 10 sq m an average interval time of no more than 30 seconds and car speeds of 2m/s.

WCS •M  ale, female and accessible WCs provided at 1 person: 10 sq m (with an ambulant accessible toilet and fully wheelchair accessible toilet) on every floor. •8  accessible showers are provided in the basement.

•5  x 21 person / 1,600kg passenger high-speed lifts serving the tower floors 7 - 19, based on an occupancy of 1 person: 10 sq m an average interval time of no more than 30 seconds and car speeds of 4m/s. •1  x 30 person / 2,250kg high-speed goods lift serving basement – floor 19, with car speeds of 1.6m/s. •1  15 secure basement level car parking spaces, providing a car parking ratio of 1 space: 210 sq m, plus motorcycle spaces. •1  20 secure bicycle spaces, together with lockers, drying room and 8 cubicle showers.

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No.1 Spinningfields is owned by clients of Schroder Real Estate who are proudly working in partnership with developer, Allied London, to deliver a world class building.

Group Property Director:

Chris Reay

Manchester

London

Allied London 0161 827 1727 07469 158 631 [email protected]

HQ Building Old Granada Studios 2nd floor, 2 Atherton Street Manchester M3 3GS

33 Cork Street Mayfair London W1S 3NQ

www.alliedlondon.com

Leasing Consultants:

Will Lewis

Andrew Cowell

Rob Yates

Rob Prescott

OBI Property 0161 237 1717 07825 703 833 [email protected]

OBI Property 0161 237 1717 07584 990 976 [email protected]

Cushman & Wakefield 0161 455 3780 07747 008 442 [email protected]

Cushman & Wakefield 0161 455 3786 07917 261 472 [email protected]

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contained in this brochure is indicative only and may require modifications to the building design; (7) All floor plans are not to scale and are for identification purpose only and (8) all CGIs are indicative of the building and site only and are not an exact representation of the completed building. Designed by 90degrees. 0161 833 1890. 90degrees.com. April 2018.

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