New names and refurbishment for two Liverpool office buildings

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TWO office buildings in Liverpool city centre are to be refurbished and renamed by developer Palladium Group.

The company purchased period property Stanley Hall and adjoining Nations House for £2.7million in August from Moorfield. Together, the properties provide 40,603 sq ft of office space in Liverpool’s business district.

Palladium Group have announced plans to refurbish both properties and rename Stanley Hall as Honeycomb and Nations House as Helix.

Spencer Bourne, chairman of Palladium Group, said: “We are delighted with how well our first venture in Liverpool is progressing and are building on the successful model of Honeycomb Chester, which is already two-thirds let.

“The programme of works at Honeycomb and Helix will transform the buildings into contemporary offices with a broad range of occupier facilities.”

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