With a quiet source of environments, yoga and pilates space, "Bean Cafe" and a lush green outer space, one of MediaCityUk's most photographed buildings are aimed at the region's most relaxed office space.
"Victoria", in the former home of Bupa, has spent over £ 9 billion rehabilitating long and simply "Vic" to create a more "cool" working environment.
In terms of health, well-being and reasonableness, Vic has developed modern occupants seeking to meet the needs of space for a number of work styles.
Design, Creativity, Relaxation and Healthy Life Themes Vic will offer territories to exercise, socialize and prosperous green space to facilitate the calm and calm philosophy of the minds of all the quiet water settings.
The new added ground amenities include bike shop, locker and shower scheme, enhanced "Bean & Café and dedicated spaces for Yoga and Pilates.
Tim Taylor, Peeling Land and Property Leasing Manager, said: "Vic is a complete overview of one of the biggest and most well-known buildings in MediaCityUK.
"Well documented evidence that jobs should serve to permanently change the modern occupant inspired us to develop a building building one that is more relaxed and fluid its design.
"We also wanted people to more satisfy the natural landscape and water.
"We tried small feelings like outdoor breakfast bars on the waterside terrace, which means you will be able to regain coffee from the bean and work on fresh air, connected to WiFi, while overlooking the flourishing, green, source setting.
"There are not many places in Great Manchester, where you can do that, we are happy about our plans and we think the popularity will prove to the business who cares about the well-being of employees."
Using the latest research and statistics about the well-being of people who can see the green environment in their green environment are better and more productive, Peel L & P has replaced and provided Vic support to support the balance of life of the ultimate healthy work ".
Tim added: "More health and well-being initiatives are planned at the next stages of Vic and will be revealed as early as March 2019. This is one of the pipeline's ever-growing and emerging mediaCityUK portfolio."