Jactin House is a historic building located in the heart of Ancoats; the world’s first industrial area. Originally built in 1881 as a hostel and workhouse, this part refurb, part new build development is precisely what Ancoats does best; juxtaposing the best of the old with the best of the new to provide modern flexible managed workspace; establishing a vibrant community of creative, digital and media businesses in Manchester.
The building oozes character retaining the traditional mill style of its industrial heritage with exposed brick walls and timber / steel beam ceilings. Unparalleled levels of natural light pour into the building through its many windows and 4 lightwells. A contemporary new build extension to the existing brick building provides more open, contemporary style office space and the two are linked together by a stunning glass atrium reception and circulation core.
Service areas have been completed to a high standard with Porcelanosa washrooms and Pronorm kitchens provided. With cool break out areas, fully equipped meeting rooms, a roof terrace and a host of innovative features, businesses will flourish in an environment that is inspirational, impressive and aspirational.