Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

New Virtual Experience Helping to Sell Building

Newspaper article Manchester Evening News

New Virtual Experience Helping to Sell Building

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VIRTUAL reality is helping to sell Bruntwood's flagship workspace, as customers can explore while it is still under development.

Thanks to the company's new virtual reality (VR) viewing experience it shows how Neo will look when it is completed in early 2017.

Peter Crowther, Bruntwood's property director, said: "In a world that's forever changing, where technology is becoming increasingly prevalent, the property viewing experience is evolving to meet customer expectations.

"Bruntwood is always looking for innovative ways to improve the customer experience and while physical viewings will always be important to get a sense of scale, virtual reality can really bring the space to life before it exists."

Agents and business owners can immerse themselves in the 12-storey Portland Street development in Manchester's city centre, including its collaborative and coworking spaces, communal lounges and meeting rooms, plus its external roof terrace with outdoor 'all weather' meeting pods. …

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