The iconic Stockport Pyramid is one the town’s most famous buildings. After housing the Cooperative Group for over 20 years, its recent sale to Eamar Developments, means that businesses have the chance to make the landmark their home for the first time.
The Stockport Pyramid’s new owners have planned a significant refurbishment of the building to Grade A condition, including coffee hub, cycle-to-work facilities and new air condition system.
Completed in 1992, Stockport Pyramid was originally planned to be part of a ‘Valley of the Kings’ development, alongside a number of other similar buildings. However, developers of the site went into liquidation before construction finished, leading the Cooperative Bank, who had financed the scheme, to repossess the building and in 1995, they moved in their customer service team.
The Cooperative Bank put the building up for sale in 2018, moving their staff back into Manchester City Centre, although some remained at the Stockport Pyramid until PPI claims were fully wound up.
Eamar bought the 86,000 sq ft Stockport Pyramid in 2019, and space is now available to lease.
The building is available, either as individual self-contained floors (up to 24,326 sq ft) or in its entirety as a statement company headquarters.
The Pyramid also includes over 400 parking spaces, and is a short walk or drive from Stockport Town Centre, with easy connections to the rest of Greater Manchester, London via the train station, and the rest of the world via Manchester Airport.
To enquire about the commercial space, contact managing agents, Impey.