NG seals deal to bring much-needed apartments to Wolverhampton city centre
29th March 2019
We’ve recently acted as joint agent on a deal that will see a former Wolverhampton office building transformed into a residential scheme.
Working with James Bird at joint agent Bulleys, Charlotte Steggles of NG sold the 11,650 sq ft offices at George House to Thomas Mann of of Lea Manor Homes who will be behind the plans to add much-needed residential space in Wolverhampton city centre.
“Wolverhampton is very attractive to developers such as Lea Manor Homes, due to the excellent commuter links in and out the city.
“Our in-depth market intelligence was invaluable, and, coupled with our proactive approach to marketing, meant a swift result for our client – and the new owner.
“The forthcoming £55 million leisure-led Westside scheme will undoubtedly make the new apartments incredibly desirable and ‘the place to be’, and we wish Thomas all the best with his new development.”
Westside will also have a multiplex cinema, a 10-pin bowling alley, a trampolining centre and an adventure golf centre. it will be completed by 2021.
Thomas Mann said:
“I bought this property to convert it to residential as it is city centre, in a great location and close to the new Wolverhampton Westside development.
“Working with NG surveyors was good; they were very professional and prompt.”