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Colliers awarded property management deal in Manchester

Longmead Capital has appointed Colliers as the sole property managers at Piccadilly Place, a 320,000 sq ft office scheme in Manchester.

The appointment follows the acquisition of the property by Longmead Capital and Revcap from Ares management in July.

Comprised of Three and Four Piccadilly Place, the space is let to tenants including Barclays Bank, Arup, the NHS and flexible office space provider Orega.

Andrew Ostroumoff, Director at Longmead Capital, commented: “We are excited to be working with Colliers again, who we know will bring us the energy and know-how to help realise our vision for Piccadilly Place. Their focus on customer experience and technology expertise alongside strong property management credentials is what made them stand out from their competitors.”

Julia Ruddock, Director in the Property Management team at Colliers, commented: “Located a stone’s throw from Manchester Piccadilly and with significant public realm, there is ample opportunity to create a real buzz for our occupiers and the general public at Piccadilly Place. It is fantastic to have been appointed on such a significant and exciting part of the Manchester landscape and we are looking forward to working alongside the Longmead team to create a real sense of community, while adding value for our clients.”

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