The building comprises a series of Grade II listed buildings redeveloped through a façade retention scheme creating modern Grade A offices behind the original ornate brick and stone frontages.

The original building was constructed in 1867 and redeveloped in 2006 as a modern, steel framed office building, constructed behind a listed façade of traditional brick construction.

The property is arranged over two wings around a central atrium and reception area, with five upper floors and a lower ground/basement comprising services and secure parking for 16 cars.


The City of Kingston upon Hull is the regional and economic capital of East Yorkshire and the Humber region with a metropolitan area population of circa 800,000 people.

The property is situated in Hull’s business and legal quarter in a unique office development, close to Hull’s main retail and leisure district.

Humberside airport is located 16 miles to the south of the city and there are direct rail services available to Leeds, Manchester and London Kings Cross taking approximately 2 hours 45 minutes.