Circle now in Manchester City Centre
Circle has moved to the top floor of the new, prestigious One New Bailey office development in Manchester, relocating from Blue Tower at MediaCityUK.
Phil Mayall, regional director at The English Cities Fund, said: "One New Bailey has been the anchor development for the wider scheme, and with the variety of high quality, professional businesses now based here, as well as the vibrant leisure scene on the ground floor, this building epitomises what New Bailey is all about.
"New Bailey's location was a major driver for Circle selecting the building, and we're delighted to welcome them to the scheme."
One New Bailey is already home to Freshfields Bruckhaus Deringer and WHIreland, with restaurants Menagerie and FoodWell on the ground floor.
Steve Ricketts, managing director at Circle, said: "This move comes at an exciting time for the company in line with our plans to attract the best talent and expand our IT and legal recruitment teams. One New Bailey's position at the heart of Manchester's business community, plus the stunning building itself, makes it the perfect new home for us."
Post by Katrina Rajah August 6 2019 Categories: News
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