The ideal base for anyone who wants to be right in the creative heart of Manchester
Based in Manchester’s Northern Quarter, the creative & cultural heart of the city.
Based in a location that, since the 18th Century, has been home to free spirits, thought leaders and creatives alike. Now home to many creative & digital companies, the Northern Quarter is a vibrant neighbourhood filled with independent cafes, bars, restaurants, music venues, art shops, fashion boutiques and street art.
All the transport links you could wish for!
22 Lever Street is an extremely convenient location for our tenants to take advantage of public transport links:
Piccadilly station – 9 mins walk
Victoria station – 12 mins walk
Piccadilly bus & tram station – 5 mins walk
How to find us
22 Lever street is a 9 minute walk from Piccadilly station – with a 2.5 hour journey from London, and 1.5 hours from Birmingham.
Victoria station is a 12 minute walk away – with a 1 – 1.5 hour journey from Leeds & Sheffield.
There are plenty of carparks and around in the Norther Quarter:
- Tib Street NCP: 3 minute walk. Prices here.
- Port Street: 5 minute walk
- Tariff Street: 5 minute walk
- Ducie Street: 6 minute walk
- Oldham Road: 9 minute walk
- Sheffield Street: 10 minute walk
Manchester has a good tram service linking zones 1 & 2. The closest tram stops to 22 Lever Street are:
- Piccadilly tram stop: 5 minutes walk.
- Market Street tram stop: 5 minutes walk.
- Shudehill tram stop: 8 minutes walk.
- St Peter’s Square tram stop: 12 minutes walk.
- Victoria Station tram stop: 12 minutes walk.
22 Lever Street is 5 minutes from Piccadilly bus station and 8 minutes walk from Shudehill bus station.
Many buses stop on Lever Street itself and neighbouring street Oldham Road.
Manchester airport is a 30 minute drive from 22 Lever Street.
A train service runs approx. every 15 minutes from Manchester Airport to Manchester Piccadilly Station. Taking around 15 minutes, with a 9 minute walk to the building.
Taxis are normally on regular supply at arrivals.