Built in 1866, Conavon Court is a Grade II listed building formerly a textile warehouse that sits close to the bridge over the River Irwell, and on the border where Manchester meets Salford. The area known as Blackfriars has a long and illustrious industrial heritage rooted in the textile industry that made Salford and Manchester very wealthy.
Typical of the Victorian age, Conavon Court is remarkably decorative for a building that had such a mundane use. So even though Conavon Court was originally a warehouse, there are lots of little architectural gems that if you seek, you will find.
Within the last 5 years, Conavon Court has been refurbished to an extremely high standard with exposed brick work, enormous wooden beams, iron pillars and polished timber floors. It is hard to imagine that the latest in networking, IT and communications technology has been skilfully woven into the fabric of the building.
The business centre has 24/7/365 access with day and night security making this a very safe location for your business.