Renting serviced office space in Manchester does not have to mean navigating the city centre every day on your commute to and from work – there are locations that are just minutes away from all of the central transport hubs, yet much more easily accessible.
If you are looking to rent easily accessible serviced office space in Manchester, our locations on Salford Quays are the ideal solution, and are some of the best connected premises you’ll find anywhere in the city.
We have buildings on Exchange Quay and Clippers Quay, both serviced by the Exchange Quay Metrolink stop, and via Trafford Road for anyone arriving by car.
Manchester office space with public transport links
No matter how far your visitors are arriving from – or where your morning commute begins – you’ll struggle to find Manchester office space with public transport links better than ours.
The Metrolink stop is just seconds away from both of our Salford Quays premises, and from there it’s just a few minutes into the city centre for Market Street and Piccadilly Gardens.
You can catch a cab at any time of day or night, travel onwards across Greater Manchester by bus from Piccadilly Gardens, or go via Piccadilly Station for rail travel.
From there it’s a shade over two hours to get to London Euston, while both trams and trains will get you to Manchester Airport for domestic and international flights.
And if you’re commuting locally, we even provide on-site shower rooms so you can freshen up after a morning bike ride into work, whatever the weather conditions outside.
Serviced offices in Manchester with nearby amenities
If the transport links aren’t enough, then again, you’ll find it hard to rent serviced offices in Manchester with nearby amenities that rival those of Exchange Quay and Clippers Quay.
There’s an Ibis hotel adjacent to both – so if you’re not able to travel home you can easily book in to spend the night a stone’s throw away from the office.
And, of course, the MediaCity area is under ongoing development, offering everything from the Lowry Outlet Mall’s shops and restaurants, to the tourist attractions including Imperial War Museum North and the Lowry Theatre.
But there’s no need to go off-site throughout the day, with a kitchen area, complimentary tea and coffee, breakout rooms to relax in, and serviced meeting rooms you can rent by the hour.
Is Salford Quays near Manchester city centre?
Yes it is – closer than much of Manchester, in fact. On the Metrolink it’s just a few minutes, and you can even reach Castlefield and Deansgate on foot by walking along the canal in around 15 minutes.
Exchange Quay is in the M5 postcode district as it’s very slightly closer to the city centre, while Clippers Quay, which is the other side of Trafford Road, gets an M50 MediaCity postcode.
But in a practical sense it is no further away – the M50 district was created relatively recently, because as MediaCity grew, it needed its own postcode within the larger M5 area.
That fact alone is testament to how well established this development has become over the past decade or more, making it a hugely desirable postcode for serviced office space in Manchester.