Manchester Royal Exchange revamp given the green light

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120,000 sq ft of office space is to be redeveloped at Manchester’s historic Royal Exchange building after a multi-million pound revamp was given the go ahead.

The Grade-II listed building which also houses shops and a theatre will also have a new roof garden added as part of the overhaul.

Local planners have approved the scheme that was submitted by Starwood Capital and Trinity Investment Management.

Richard O’Boyle, executive director at Trinity IM, said: “This is the first in a series of planning applications we will be submitting, in our bid to bring The Royal Exchange, a stunning Grade II listed building in the heart of the city, back to its former glory.”

The current Royal Exchange building in Manchester was opened in 1921 and damaged by bombings during WWII and by the IRA in the 1990s.

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