Ducie House

Ducie Street, Manchester, M12JW, United Kingdom

Former Use: Petticoat factory
New Use: Offices for Creative business
Category: Office
Website: https://www.duciehouse.co.uk/
Reuse Architect: Ian Simpson
Construction year(s): 1910 -
Reuse year(s): 1993 -


Ducie House, a former petticoat factory situated on the fringe of Manchester’s Northern Quarter, is a brick-built, contemporary development which provides highly flexible work solutions for companies’ needs – large and small, short-term and long-term.(3)
The building was built in the Edwardian era. Its precise construction year is unknown.

Relevant Literature:

  1. https://www.urbansplash.co.uk/regeneration/projects/ducie-house
  2. https://www.urbansplash.co.uk/resources/urban-splash-sells-ducie-house-to-tcs
  3. https://www.duciehouse.co.uk/

Added on 2018-08-09 by editor Dora Chatzi Rodopoulou