AT A GLANCE
Formally 'The Tyrer Building', Nicholson Lofts benefits from over 15, 000sqft of space split over five floors of iconic St Helens History. The department store was opened in 1888 & provided St Helens with a beacon of community & retail excellence before closing in January 2016.
The landmark development forms a stunning gateway to Manchester & Liverpool. Nicholson Lofts, ideally situated within easy walking distance of St Helens Bus Station, St Helens Central Train Station and is adjacent to the towns leisure & retail routes, Bridge & Church Street.
The scheme facilitates 3 floors with 15, one & two bedroomed apartments purposely crafted to provide affordable residential luxury to its fully tenants.There are a number of parking spaces available within the scheme for residents as well as secure cycle storage. The lower section is completed by high quality commercial, leisure and business spaces fronting onto Milk & Bridge Street.
The ground & basement has been purposely restored to benefit a retail/hospitality outlet with 4,500sqft of space in St Helens's most iconic building.
The occupied commercial unit benefits from not only an immense footfall of commuters/shoppers flooding through Church Square but Luxor Group has recently fitted a new 3-phase energy distribution specifically for the commercial beneficiary of the building.