A three-storey concrete frame building built c1966. Refurbished following an incendiary attack in 1974.
The building was placed on the market by Ardmore Commercial in 2013 with a guide price of £300,000. Ardmore Commercial merged with Osborne King in February 2015 and the property was then offered for sale by Osborne King in 2015/16 with a guide price of £500,000. Alterity Investments acquired the building during spring 2016.
Alterity Investments and Milligan Reside Larkin Architects submitted a planning application (LA04/2016/2070/F) in September 2016 to refurbish the building and install a new facade at Ann Street. The application was approved in February 2017.
Wheatcross Construction commenced work in March 2017 to refurbish the building and form two retail units; one at Ann Street and a second within the building’s rear return at Joy’s Entry.
Kings Tailor & Alterations relocated to the unit at Joy’s Entry from July 2017.
Trespass will relocate from Arthur Street to the two-storey unit at Ann Street.