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Bruntwood revealed as Co-op Live Arena founding suite holder — take a look inside

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Bruntwood has become a founding suite holder at the biggest live music arena in the UK, Co-op Live.

The venue is set to open in Manchester in December 2023 and will host some of the biggest artists in the world as well as sports, comedy and family shows, all in the most sustainable arena in the UK.

Co-op Live will have a world-class range of suite spaces with each available for entertaining at events throughout the year. With the largest floor space of any UK arena and a lower ceiling to bring fans closer to the artist, Co-op Live is designed to be big yet intimate, and the suites will host some of the most exclusive seats in the house.

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Take a sneak peek at Bruntwood’s suite space in the soon-to-open Co-op Live Arena


As a founding suite holder, Bruntwood will be sharing the benefits of suite membership with Bruntwood colleagues, customers and communities. It will have access to the suite for teams and colleagues to enjoy publicly ticketed events.

This will allow hundreds more people across the year to experience one of the world’s premier music and entertainment venues in the exceptional suite setting. The suites include flexible food and drink options, a private dancefloor area, and exclusive seats with some of the best views in the house.

With plans to become one of the world’s most pioneering, sustainable and socially responsible live events venues, the partnership is a natural fit for Bruntwood, who were the first commercial property developers to sign up to the UK Green Building Council’s Net Zero Carbon Commitment.

Bruntwood has pledged to operate at net zero carbon in all of the areas under its direct control by 2030, with specific targets for emissions, energy usage, green spaces and biodiversity, materials, transportation, waste and water.

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