The property comprises a mixed-use complex of buildings, offering office and retail space, as well as the 4-star Mercure Manchester Piccadilly Hotel.
The scheme was constructed by the developers Bernard Sunley & Sons plc between 1959 and 1965 and designed by Covell Mathews and Partners.
The centrepiece of the development is City Tower (formerly The Sunley Building), which was completed in 1965 and is of concrete construction arranged over 31 floors, including basement. The property provides ground floor retail accommodation with offices on the upper floors.
Sitting astride a contemporary public mall space linking Piccadilly Gardens with New York Street, City Tower is right at the heart of the city’s business life, with a bustling transport interchange just a few yards away giving immediate access to Manchester’s wider transport network and the main shopping and leisure areas close by.
This building has been Certified Wired Gold
A Wired Certified Gold building offers tenants choice of multiple high-speed broadband providers and provides direct access to fiber connectivity on the majority of floors in the building. Supporting infrastructure is in place to ensure redundant, diverse internet connectivity is available to tenants who require backup voice or data services
Internet Service Providers available: BT Openreach-Copper Pairs (ADSL), BT Openreach-Direct fibre connection, Virgin-Direct fibre connection, Vodafone-Direct fibre connection, Mertronet-Fixed Wireless
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