£24m textile mill conversion

16 Mar 2020 11:41
Published by: Daniel Almond

A FORMER textile mill close to the centre of Bolton will be converted into 150 ‘high spec' Manhattan style loft apartments to meet the needs of the growing professional market in and around Bolton and Greater Manchester.

Situated between Bridgeman Place and Lower Bridgeman Street, Globe Works will be a seven-storey landmark building and is nearing completion of its modernisation by property developer Empire into one, two and three bedroom executive apartments with a modern, open plan design.
Originally built in 1884 the mill building's heritage has been respected during the £24million conversion making extensive use of original features such as exposed brickwork.

In addition to the apartments contained within the main building, a two-storey roof extension is also underway. Residents will have access to luxury leisure facilities including a basement swimming pool, exercise rooms and a cinema combined with resident concierge services and bicycle storage.

With prices ranging from £148,500 for a one bedroom, one bathroom apartment to £324,500 for a two-bedroom, three bathroom property, these new apartments offer home buyers a range of luxurious town centre dwellings.

The Globe Works apartments have been designed to appeal to buyers within the area. Many original features have been retained including exposed brick work, original cobbles outside, the original walkway between main building and office block, retention of functioning rainwater features and also the original chimney structure.

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