Addleshaw Goddard has announced that it is set to relocate its Manchester office to the landmark building One St Peter's Square in February 2017.


The firm, which has been based in Barbirolli Square for the past 18 years, will take 56,000 sq ft, equating to two-and-a-half floors of the 13-storey building, on a 20 year lease.

The move will provide a modern open-plan and collaborative working environment for staff, an impressive visitor experience for clients, alongside a range of restaurant facilities including Fumo.

The largest new business development in Manchester, One St Peter's Square has been developed by Elisabeth House, General Partner Limited, a joint venture between the Greater Manchester Pension Fund and Argent. It sits centrally in the newly transformed business district of the city and will provide AG with innovative, flexible floor space and room for future growth.

Malcolm Pike, Head of the Manchester office stated: "One St Peter's Square has become an iconic development in Manchester, sitting at the heart of the newly regenerated St Peter's Square. Our move reinforces our commitment to the city, which is fast becoming a leading centre outside of London for professional services."

1SPS truly reflects our vision, ambitions and aspirations and will allow us to build on our past achievements whilst giving us the space to invest in our future success."

Chris Mulcahy at JLL acted on behalf of Addleshaw Goddard and James Evans of Savills alongside joint agents GVA acted on behalf of Argent.

Cllr Quinn, on behalf of the developer, Elisabeth House, General Partner Limited said "We are delighted that AG have committed to 1SPS. In doing so, they are adding and complementing the existing occupiers and reinforcing the developments prime position as an outstanding addition to the rejuvenated St Peter's Square area".