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The regeneration of Manchester’s NOMA neighbourhood is continuing at pace with the refurbishment of Hanover, an iconic city centre warehouse built at the turn of the century.
Russells Construction has been appointed to work on the £34m Grade II building, formerly known as Hanover House.
The 109,000 sq. ft. development is being stripped back and remodelled, creating 91,000 sq. ft. of Grade A office space and 18,000 sq. ft. of available retail and leisure. Situated in Corporation Street next to the recent completed Federation refurbishment, the former warehouse overlooks Sadler’s Yard and Pilcrow Pub, which was hand-built by local volunteers.
Once complete, NOMA hopes to attract a range of creative and technology firms to the city centre’s emerging innovation district.
NOMA is a joint venture between The Co-op and Hermes Investment Management. Hanover is due for completion by August 2018.