London Warehouse MANCHESTER
Established in 1997, Go Native is an award winning provider of more than 1,750 serviced apartments in London. Go Native provides access to a comprehensive network which spans the city’s most desirable postcodes and offers affordable alternatives to space-squeezed hotel rooms.
Archer Humphryes have successfully gained permissions to adapt and refurbish the building, formerly The Place in Manchester. It will be rebrand as ‘London Warehouse’ , its original name, when it is complete next year.
Go Native Manchester also known as the London Warehouse , a Grade II listed building will see a full architectural redesign of 160 rooms. Piccadilly Station was built in 1865 by the Manchester Sheffield and Lincolnshire Railway (MSLR) and the Manchester and Birmingham Railway Company. The MSLR erected four warehouses nearby for goods storage and the London Warehouse is the only surviving one.
The project is the latest in a series of schemes by Capital & Centric in the Piccadilly area. The developer is working in partnership with Henry Boot Developments to deliver the £200m Kampus on Aytoun Street, also funded by Ares.