Construction nearing practical completion at Manchester Goods Yard

Allied London's eagerly awaited Manchester Goods Yard development, designed by Chapman Taylor, is approaching practical completion on site in Manchester.

Part of the St John’s development in Manchester city centre, Manchester Goods Yard will provide a total of 31,000m2 of commercial space, including 28,000m2 of workspace and 3,000m2 of retail space across three interlinked building blocks.

The development will become a new global headquarters for Booking.com, who have taken 20,000m2. The building will create an enjoyable, state-of-the-art facility for up to 3,000 people, and will provide a benchmark for high-quality, flexible workspace in the city.

Manchester Goods Yard is set to become the fulcrum for Enterprise City at St. John’s, a new digital media technology hub which will be home for a mix of start-up and multi-corporation creative industries. The ultra-modern, flexible workspaces will be supplemented by a mix of café bars, restaurants and leisure facilities, with the aim of creating a vibrant neighbourhood in which to live, work, shop and relax.

The development is under construction by Lend Lease on behalf of Allied London.

Under Construction June 2021

The development will become a new global headquarters for Booking.com, who have taken 20,000m2. The building will create an enjoyable, state-of-the-art facility for up to 3,000 people, and will provide a benchmark for high-quality, flexible workspace in the city.

Manchester Goods Yard is set to become the fulcrum for Enterprise City at St. John’s, a new digital media technology hub which will be home for a mix of start-up and multi-corporation creative industries. The ultra-modern, flexible workspaces will be supplemented by a mix of café bars, restaurants and leisure facilities, with the aim of creating a vibrant neighbourhood in which to live, work, shop and relax.

The development is under construction by Lend Lease on behalf of Allied London.

Mark Doughty (BA (Hons) BArch)

副董事, 曼彻斯特

Mark joined Chapman Taylor in 2006 becoming an Associate Director in 2016. A key member of the Manchester studio’s management team, Mark has a business development remit for the office workplace sector across the UK business.

He has over 10 years’ experience and has successfully completed a number of major award winning projects across a range of sectors.

He takes an active part in the BCO and completed last year’s Cycle Challenge riding from London to Amsterdam over four days with fifty members of the BCO.

Areas of expertise:

Office / Retail / Delivery / Design Management

Mark joined Chapman Taylor in 2006 becoming an Associate Director in 2016. A key member of the Manchester studio’s management team, Mark has a business development remit for the office workplace sector across the UK business.

He has over 10 years’ experience and has successfully completed a number of major award winning projects across a range of sectors.

He takes an active part in the BCO and completed last year’s Cycle Challenge riding from London to Amsterdam over four days with fifty members of the BCO.

Areas of expertise:

Office / Retail / Delivery / Design Management

Simon Marlin ((MArch))

SENIOR ARCHITECT,

Simon has played a central role in the delivery of some major Chapman Taylor projects of recent years, including the mixed-use Port Baku Tower 2 in Azerbaijan, the Kampus Build-to-Rent residential scheme in central Manchester and Booking.com’s Manchester Goods Yard office headquarters.

Having studied architecture at Strathclyde University in Glasgow, Simon worked for 11 years at Pozzoni Architecture in Altrincham, leading the establishment of their successful London office, before joining Chapman Taylor’s Manchester studio in 2015.

Simon’s technical expertise has been an invaluable element of our successful delivery of complex schemes in the residential, office and mixed-use sectors.

Areas of expertise:

Delivery / Office / Residential / Mixed-Use

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