Located in the centre of St Helens, the building was acquired by Luxor late in 2018 and will be split into two developments called Nicholson Plaza and Nicholson Place. Tony McDonough reports
The 34,500 sq. ft. former office building also includes basement and ground floor commercial space which is fully let to local businesses MD Productions, The Dean Champagne Bar and Restaurant and Laguna Tanning.
Paul Nicholson, chief executive of Luxor Group, said: “This building has a lot of potential which we are keen to unleash. We will be adding to our usual impressive specification with modern touches such as wi-fi wall heaters which can be managed from a mobile phone app.
“The success of Nicholson Lofts and Nicholson House and the continued demand for our product has fuelled our ambition for town centre development and we are looking to fulfil this gap in the market.
“We are in discussions to secure other buildings to fulfil our project pipeline and hope that our future plans can come to fruition through our aggressive acquisition programme.