Garden Court North Chambers, a company of barristers, has switched its office headquarters to the Bruntwood Building of Blackfriars House.
The company has moved into its new office space in Manchester’s Blackfriars Street, which gives it 3,500 square feet of space in which to operate. This allows Garden Court North to carry out its day-to-day tasks in a modern building equipped with meeting and conference facilities.
The move comes after more than 10 years of occupancy at its previous base at Oxford Court.
In keeping with Garden Court North Chambers’ policy of publicly funded work and senior clerk at the company, Sarah Wright, has said that this move is one of the most significant for the firm as it is part of its strategy to upgrade its service and facilities.
The company’s neighbours in Blackfriars House include Isosec, CityCo and the Manchester International Festival.
Bruntwood’s head of sales, Brad Topps, has expressed his delight that the law firm has moved into the building, explaining that it has formed a great working relationship that saw a quick and painless move from Oxford Court. Furthermore, he explained that the move sees more diversity to the office building, which will contribute to an exciting mix of customers.
The building, which is located just off Deansgate in Manchester, is now fully let following its dramatic transformation that started in July 2013. It now provides a rooftop terrace giving both customers and tenants an aerial view of the city, as well as 33,000 square feet of office space.