Office Space at The Alberton
the Alberton sits on the banks of the River Irwell, a stone’s throw from the hustle and bustle of Deansgate and the bars and restaurants in Spinningfields. Salford Central and Manchester Victoria train stations are both within an easy walking distance.
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St Mary’s Parsonage SRF
Manchester City Council is working on plans to redevelop the St Mary’s Parsonage area within an ambitious Strategic Regeneration Framework (SRF). the Alberton sits right at the heart of this historic and unique part of the city. It is a key part of the regeneration of the area.
The plans for regeneration
The SRF sets out regeneration opportunities for the area between Blackfriars Street and Bridge Street, which is also home to Bruntwood’s Blackfriar’s House and King’s House. It includes plans to improve Parsonage Gardens and demolish the 18-storey Albert Bridge House and the redevelopment of the Reedham House site.
On the other side of the gardens, the famous “Kendals” building - which was home to House of Fraser - will be transformed into mixed-use office and retail. The multi-storey car park will be demolished, a nod to the city’s vision for a zero-carbon future and enabling the creation of new outdoor public spaces which prioritise pedestrians and cyclists. Planning permission for this was granted in 2021.