Addleshaw Goddard has completed its relocation to One St Peter's Square, the iconic office building at the centre of the city's business district.

The firm, which boasts the largest Corporate, Finance, Real Estate and Litigation teams in the region, has signed a 20 year lease for the new premises, and the approx. 400 Manchester-based staff have now completed the move to the prestigious address.

AG occupies two-and-a-half floors, equating to 56,000 sq ft of the 13-storey office space, and enjoys sweeping wrap-around views of the city's historical and cultural landmarks, including the Central Library, the Town Hall and Manchester Art Gallery.

The office is adjacent to the Metrolink tram station, a few minutes' walk from both Piccadilly and Oxford Road stations, as well as the Piccadilly Gardens bus terminus, providing exceptional transport links to the North, and easy access to the city centre's shopping and trade districts.

The design of the office floors centres around collaborative working, featuring innovative breakout spaces and advanced technology throughout, providing an excellent working experience for staff complemented by an outstanding visitor experience in the new client suite and on-site restaurant Fumo.

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."

The firm, which has been recognised as generating the top deal value in the North West over the course of 2016 by Experian, is now situated at the hub of the city centre, ensuring it remains integral to Manchester's business community.

Addleshaw Goddard's new address is:

Addleshaw Goddard LLP
One St. Peter's Square
M2 3DE