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Cowgill Holloway set to move into XYZ Works, Spinningfields

North West accountants Cowgill Holloway LLP have signed up to move its Manchester office to Allied London’s new co-work space XYZ Works in XYZ, Spinningfields.
XYZ Works – launching in September this year – provides flexible workspace that ranges from hot desks to resident desks and studios suites. Designed to encourage collaboration, XYZ Works also boasts state of the art event and meeting spaces.
Speaking about the move, Managing Partner, Paul Stansfield said: “We’re delighted to have committed to our new Manchester home at XYZ Works. The workspace provides the perfect platform for our expansion in the city.”
“XYZ is a very impressive building, and offers everything we need” says Paul. “From the moment we saw the concept for the building and the workspace, we knew it was perfect for us. “Our clients and staff are of paramount importance to us and they deserve a property of this quality.”
Chris Reay, Spinningfields Estate Director, commented: “We are delighted to be welcoming Cowgill Holloway to XYZ Works. They want to be part of a collaborative environment where there are opportunities to collaborate with other businesses and access emerging technology and creative companies. Cowgill Holloway are looking to the future within their industry and are well-placed to be a part of XYZ Works; supporting the growth of tech, media, digital and creative companies.”
OBI Property advised Cowgill Holloway and Andrew Cowell from their Transactions and Asset Management team added: “It has been great to work with our clients Cowgill Holloway to acquire workspace within XYZ. This new type of workspace has allowed Cowgill Holloway to embrace new ways of working and provide a fantastic workspace for their staff within the heart of city.”
Allied London’s XYZ Works will launch in September at XYZ, Spinningfields.

XYZ building

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Posted by Cowgills
9th August, 2017
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