There are co-work spaces, and buildings, popping up all over the world at the moment and Manchester is seeing its fair share of them in the city centre.
But none of them are going to the lengths that Use.Space have gone to ensure its tenants and visitors have a tranquil experience.
The eclectic interior of the Old School House on Thirsk St right on the edge of Manchester city centre provides a dynamic and stimulating space for start-ups and mature businesses "looking for a nook to evolve their niche in the North."
Privately owned by mover and shaker David Walter (owner of content agency Seventy7), Use.Space is more than just a place to work and sustainability and mentoring is right at the forefront of their approach.
With a focus on strong interior design, it provides 134 spaces for start-ups and established businesses from across a variety of industries – and regularly puts on free workshops and networking events.
Businesses inside Use.Space will also have access to 10,000 sq ft of production facilities for film, video and voice.
If none of this is enough for you, then the botanical atrium – styled by Susan Walter – filled with around 600 plants and a greenhouse should do the trick.
There is also a world food cafe that seriously impressed us when we went for a visit.
The Cafe is the heart of the building and with regular visits from friends of the business, Buzzy Bee Bakery, there will be plenty of sinful treats to tempt you from your work.
Alongside some champion bakes you'll also be able to find plenty of artisan food, fresh fruit juice and fruit and veg (plus lots of vegan and veggie options) every day.
The campus is just a 5 minute walk from both Mayfield Depot and Piccadilly Gardens and is slap bang in the middle of the regeneration currently happening in that area.
If you haven't already checked it out, then we suggest you do so by visiting their website, or even heading down. You can find them at 31 Ardwick Green, Thirsk Street, Manchester M12 6PN.