Northern Assurance Buildings

The Grade II listed Northern Assurance Building was designed by Manchester-based architect Waddington and Sons and built in 1902. Its magnificent York stone and Cornish granite facade sits under a Westmorland slate roof and lead cupola.

14,300 sq ft top specification offices available

Specification

  • New reception embracing the character of the original building
  • Inspiring workspace with high quality finishes
  • New VRF air-conditioning system
  • Exposed soffit with energy efficient feature pendant lighting
  • New male, female and disabled WC facilities
  • Passenger lift and video intercom entry system