Since the Victorian era,
Freetrade has stood proudly on
a corner of
Peter Street Manchester

37 Peter Street,
M2 5GB

Peter Street is the central spine of Manchester’s commercial heart, linking the historic civic quarter of St Peter’s Square with the 21st century business district of Spinningfields. Everywhere that matters to a modern business is within a five minute walk.

Freetrade dates back to the Victorian era when it was filled with the colourful sights and bustling sounds of a fabric warehouse, the sensitive restoration still harks back to this illustrious time, yet carefully fuses modernity with outstanding Victorian features. Freetrade is a building of true historical interest.

Imposing, Iconic & Steeped in History

Freetrade is one of a cluster of majestic Victorian buildings that make up the civic heart of Manchester, the city’s most elegant district.
With its Grade two listed exterior fitting seamlessly into an urban fabric that includes the Town Hall, Central Library and Free Trade Hall, Freetrade’s fully refurbished contemporary interiors offer modern business space in carefully restored interiors. Situated at the junction of Peter St and Southmill St, high specification finishes complement unique original features at this former fabric warehouse. The result is a working environment both contemporary and classical.

Fully fitted space available to lease

Ground floor 3,874 SQ FT (359 m2)
First floor 5,347 SQ FT (496 m2)
Second floor 5,441 SQ FT (505 m2)
Third floor 5,428 SQ FT (504 m2)
Fourth floor 5,580 SQ FT (518 m2)
Fifth floor 4,384 SQ FT (407 m2)