waterside views &
independent brews

Bass Warehouse, a former Victorian Warehouse, is where heritage meets contemporary architecture. This award-winning workspace is home to leaders of the creative industries.

Bass Warehouse,

Bass Warehouse was once home to a Victorian manufacturer of timber and packing cases. We’ve restored it with a feature atrium, giving it a theatric entrance, with staggered ceilings and levels across a shared social space. Each floor brings together heritage and contemporary architecture with exposed timber beams and steel works.

Included with everything is high-speed, fibre broadband, on-site smart meeting rooms for breaking out of the office, bike storage and showers to beat the traffic, and a dedicated concierge with 24 hrs access for those who prefer flexible working.

Bass Warehouse,

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independent café

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3 min walk to
tram + train

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Fully kitted-out
meeting rooms


Up to 24,000 sq ft

Exposed beams + brickwork

On-site parking

Dedicated building concierge

Shower facilities

Waterside views

24 hour access

Shared social spaces

Converted Victorian warehouse

Award-winning office development

Free on-site smart meeting rooms

High-speed BT fibre broadband

Bike storage

Mail handling

Our available spaces.

– 4381 sq ft
– Double aspect windows
– Waterside views
– Available now


You know we like it,
but what does the
community have to say?

“We’ve got the best of both worlds, we’re walking distance from the city centre with all the amenities Manchester has to offer but we’ve got this great environment with the canals”
Tim Partington
Chapman Taylor
Tim partington

Who wants to
speak to property

Answer – nobody! If there’s an issue, why not speak to the people who own, restored and manage the building? (Us!).

We’re a hands-on landlord where we’re needed and have a great team who are based on-site and ready to help.

The area.

If you already know Manchester, then you’ll know how picturesque and calm Castlefield is, whilst oddly also being very central.

The term “urban oasis” gets bandied about, but we couldn’t find a phrase more suitable!

The local

The local independents.

The area isn’t just great because of the history and the views but it also has a bustling community of award-winning restaurants and bars.

We loved it so much that we even opened our own Albert’s Shed and Dukes 92. With canalside beer gardens in abundance and some of the city’s finest food, Castlefield is one of the best places to eat and drink in Manchester (and even more so in the summer).