Residential conversion of former theatre sells out three months after launch - The Business Desk


A Grade II-listed former theatre converted into 82 apartments has sold out.

Liverpool-based ethical property developer, Integritas Property Group (IPG), put the apartments up for sale in February this year, after beginning renovation of the Lyceum Manchester development last August.

This high-end residential development will see The Lyceum, an historical landmark in the heart of Manchester, meticulously restored in line with the high expectations of English Heritage.

From opening as The Old Palace Theatre in 1899 to becoming a cinema in 1932 and a bingo hall in 1963, before falling into disrepair internally in the late 1980s, IPG is now transforming the building into apartments and a small area of retail space.

Situated in Eccles and bordering Salford Quays, it offers residents the comfort of a large out-of-town residential apartment with easy access to Manchester’s city centre.

The Lyceum development comprises 82 residential properties in a mixture of one-, two, and three-bedroom apartments, with select units benefiting from views across both the Peak District and Pennines.

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