'Flight to quality' or ruinous collapse? Inside the Manchester office market
'You need optimism-cancelling headphones to understand the Manchester property market'
Dear members — today’s story is the second part of our members-only series about the future of Greater Manchester after the pandemic.
The city-centre office market received a major shot in the arm this week when it emerged that The Mill is leasing an office — roughly the size of a small living room — in the roof of the Royal Exchange building to create its first newsroom. It’s the kind of vote of confidence a jittery sector needed after months of uncertainty.
But what about the rest of the market? We speak to some key players to find out their thinking…
Before we get to that, a quick call-out for sources: If any of our members works at the University of Manchester’s Alliance Manchester Business School, we would love your help with a story — off the record. Please make yourself known to firstname.lastname@example.org at some point today.
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