The most exciting workspace
In the coolest neighbourhood
Reception, café area and business lounge space
Over 70 bike racks, dedicated male and female shower and changing facilities, lockers and drying room
Basement car parking
Expansive floors, flooded with natural light
Exposed M&E services with pendant LED lighting
5th and 6th floor benefit from dedicated terrace areas with far reaching views towards Manchester city centre
Ability to occupy at a population density of 1:6 sq m
Compelling Stories Have Always Been Told Here
Front Page News
Unveiled in 1939 as the headquarters of the Daily Express – the world’s most popular newspaper at the time – the building caused an instant stir.
Pioneering architect Sir Owen Williams went for the radical ‘streamline moderne’ style. Eight decades on, the building still looks futuristic.
Bustle and Brilliance
For 50 years there were newsrooms on the upper floors, presses in the basement. The noise and bustle was ceaseless - because, of course, 'the news never sleeps'.
In 1974 the Express Building was granted Grade II-listed status – extremely rare for such a ‘young’ building.
The Daily Express vacated in 1989. The printing presses went in 1992, when the building was converted into offices.
This local landmark has laid scandalously vacant in recent years. Time for noise, bustle and brilliance to happen here once again.
Huckletree, is a workspace accelerator based at the Express Building. Providing beautifully conceived spaces, Huckletree will give occupiers of the Express Building unique access to a range of facilities including podcast booths, meeting and events spaces, meditation studios, networking events and some of the best coffee in Manchester. Express Building and Huckletree is a combination like no other.
Great Ancoats Street is due to be transformed into a tree-lined ‘European-style’ boulevard with new and improved pedestrian crossings.
Works will be completed in Q1 2020.