New images and details released over Hull's £6m King William House development
What King William House is expected to look like
By Hull Daily Mail | Posted: 25 Feb 2019
Business space is now up for grabs at the £6m King William House development in Hull’s Old Town.
Seven units have been made available inside the new flagship building, as the hunt begins for new restaurants and shops to move in.
New artist impressions have also been released, showing shoppers and diners sitting outside a new restaurant.
A rooftop terrace is also available, as more details are revealed of one of Hull’s most exciting new developments.
The advert for the new business spaces said: “Each unit available provides an opportunity for a regional, corporate or expanding operator to take advantage of a developing location of Hull city centre and be part of the day and evening's growing economy in East Yorkshire.
Artist impressions of the new £6m King William House development (Christie & Co)
“The units occupying King William House sit in the heart of Hull centre on High Street, in the middle of the city's residential zones and tourist attractions such as The Deep, the Fruit Market, Holy Trinity Minster, Museums Quarter, the Marina and Old Town.
“Seven separate units ranging from 3,600 sq ft to 15,000 sq ft are available, suitable for a range of licensed, retail or leisure operators in an increasingly busy and popular location…”
King William House in Market Place has been largely empty for the past few years, but work is now entering its final stages to transform the former 1970s office block into a shopping arcade and 30 new apartments.
The building, which could also welcome a new microbrewery , is on track to open this summer.
Ian Campbell, managing director at The Broadley Group, which is carrying out the work, previously said: “This building had largely sat empty in recent years, which is a shame for such a significant and prominent city centre asset, so it’s hugely rewarding to be on site creating a new lease of life for it.
“We’re currently stripping the building back internally and carrying out a wide range of repairs, before we start refurbishing and re-cladding it, which will ensure it enjoys a new, successful and sustainable future.”
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Now, seven exciting new business opportunities are available in King William House.
With a range of unit sizes available, there’s a chance for businesses both large and small to set up in the development.
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