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PRP submits plans for Manchester office conversion

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Plans for a 6,147m² office conversion designed by PRP have been submitted to Manchester City Council

The scheme will combine two existing buildings in the city’s Mosley Street into a single address.

It will create a central reception area and a new seventh floor, spanning both buildings and including a roof terrace.

The exterior of 73 Mosley Street will be removed and replaced with a new anthracite zinc facade and include floor to ceiling height windows while the original Portland Stone exterior of 75 Mosley Street will be fully repaired and restored.

Fiona Sadler, Associate, PRP said: ’75 Mosley Street is a truly individual building in Manchester, built in 1964.

’Its Portland Stone façade is wonderful and we’re really pleased we are able to repair and restore it as part of the development.’

The scheme is being promoted by investment and development firm Boultbee Brooks Real Estate.

prp 75 Mosley Street  A PRO Elevation 01

prp 75 Mosley Street A PRO Elevation 01

Project data

Start on site autumn 2016
Completion summer 2017

Area 6,147m²
Architect PRP

Client Boultbee Brooks Real Estate

Structural engineer Tier

Quantity Surveyor OBI Property

Project manager OBI Property

Main contractor To be announced
Services engineer Reds

Landscape architect N/A

Fire consultant EFL
Planning consultant Zerum

PRP's proposed 75 Mosley Street office conversion

PRP’s proposed 75 Mosley Street office conversion

Ground floor plan

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