Corn Exchange yard sale one day only Saturday 19th July. All remaining items with a starting price of £10.00 including the sky bar! Pictured Forever Manchester team who will be conducting the sale with all proceeds going to the charity, made possible by the building owners Aviva Investors. Further press info and inventory: cornexchange@brazenpr.com PR and Press Release Distribution only. Further or additional use requires permission. Picture © Jason Lock Photography +44 (0) 7889 152747 +44 (0) 161 431 4012 info@jasonlock.co.uk www.jasonlock.co.uk

The former Triangle Shopping Centre is selling everything before closing for renovation…

LOVE the designer chic interior of Manchester’s iconic Corn Exchange shopping centre? Want to furnish your new business on a budget and do your bit for charity in the bargain?

Well, now you can buy it – all of it, even a left over sink. From just a tenner per item (Forever Manchester will be accepting cash donations for items on the day. Prices are minimum guides only).

Corn Exchange Manchester is holding a bargain-busting ‘everything’s a tenner’ yard sale of all their left over fixtures and fittings from the mall and serviced offices – desks and office chairs, sofas and chandeliers to TVs, a throne and even a piano.

Even the centre’s multi-storey ‘Sky Bar’^ is up for sale with the ‘just a tenner’ price-tag. The only catch is that all items purchased must be taken away either on the day of purchase (or with prior arrangement for bigger ticket items) at the buyer’s expense.

Corn Exchange Jumbo Sale: Everything Up For Grabs (including sink) for a Tenner I Love Manchester

The unique Yard Sale takes place on Saturday 19th July for one day only. A cash donation to Forever Manchester will be made for every item sold on the day (minimum £10).

Among the items up for grabs are full length mirrors, fridges, tables, chairs and bar stools, cupboards, desks (over 60 available), marble cupboard tops, a glass counter, a variety of framed pictures, bean bags, shoe racks and the huge orbital pod that is the Corn Exchange’s famous Sky Bar, once home to the two-storey Cafe Nero. Plus six back-wash sinks.

Aviva Investor’s Property Trust, owners of Corn Exchange Manchester and Queensberry Real Estate, the development managers who are organising the sale are currently underway with bold plans to revitalise and re-position this remarkable historic Grade II listed building into a premier dining destination that will be home to 13 independent restaurants and a boutique hotel. Read more here.

The historic Grade II listed building will become home to a collection of the best new and independent restaurants and food retail outlets in the region.

The yard sale kicks off at 9am on Saturday.

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