Victorian Liverpool office building to become a hotel

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A VICTORIAN office building in Liverpool city centre is to be turned into a new hotel.

The Russell Building at the junction of School Lane and Peter’s Lane has been largely left empty since the internal office space was modernised as part of the Liverpool ONE development eight years ago.

Plans from regeneration specialist YPG will see five floors of the six storey Portland stone building turned in to a fifty bedroom boutique hotel with roof terrace.

A ground floor unit occupied by Hotel Chocolat will be unaffected by the redevelopment.

The Liverpool property dates back to the 1860s has been home to various companies and organisations since then including Shell, Colmore cars, Vernon pools, Joblink, and NACRO.

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