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Here you can see an aerial view of where One Portland Street is situated and the surrounding areas.

an aerial image of One Portland Street

Piccadilly Gardens – 1-minute walk away

Enjoy a peaceful break within seconds. The gardens includes a walk-through fountain that is great for sunny weather and lights up at night. The gardens are also surrounded by tasty street food stalls and are often frequented by local musicians and entertainers.

Piccadilly Train Station – 2-minute walk away

For those who are travelling by train, Piccadilly train station is the closest to our flexible offices. This large and bustling station is home to a range of shops and restaurants and offers links for Avanti West Coast, CrossCountry, EMR, Transpennine Express, Transport for Wales and Northern.

Northern Quarter – 2-minute walk away

If you’re looking for an area with artistic flair and style, Northern Quarter is the place for you. There are a multitude of bohemian bars, popular music venues and independent shops to explore. It’s no surprise it is also home to Manchester Craft and Design Centre.

Market Street – 4-minute walk away

Looking for things to do? There’s plenty on offer when visiting Market Street. From attractions like the Royal Exchange Theatre and restaurants like Annies, to stays at Hotel Gotham and puzzles at The Escape Room. All of which are within touching distance.

St Peter’s Square – 5-minute walk away

Home to a statue of Emmeline Pankhurst (a key figure within the Suffragette movement), St Peter’s Square is an ideal place for knowledge and reflection. Home to Manchester Central Library and a short walk from Manchester Art Gallery, the square is perfect for those who love to learn.

Arndale Centre – 7-minute walk away

This large, glass-fronted shopping centre is home to an eclectic mix of businesses. Whether you’re looking for homeware, hardware or clothes to wear – Arndale Centre has it all.

Oxford Road Train Station – 10-minute walk away

Close to The Bridgewater Hall and Manchester Metropolitan University, Manchester Oxford Road offers links to EMR, Transpennine Express, Transport for Wales and Northern. It is also home to a number of popular food outlets.

Spinningfields – 10-minute walk away

Regarded as Manchester’s financial centre, Spinningfields offers a range of bars and restaurants for weary workers. It is also home to the incredible Manchester Opera House and the People’s History Museum, which looks at the history of working-class citizens.

Exchange Square – 10-minute walk away

Home to a range of luxury brands, such as Tiffany & Co, Selfridges, Burberry, Armani, and Louboutin. Exchange Square is an open area with a mixture of high-end shops and transport links.”