Tivoli House is situated on Paragon Street in the heart of Hull. The upper floors are to be converted into 58 residential flats. Formerly the location of Hull City Council offices, the location of the property makes it a very positive prospect for the addition of more residential spaces.
A five-storey concrete framed and curtain walled property, Tivoli House was originally constructed in the 1960s and offers an excellent location for city-centre living.
Availability of residential space is increasingly important in the area and would offer a central location for city centre workers or those who need access to the amenities and useful transport links that Hull offers. The site was previously home to the Tivoli theatre before the current structure was built, and the lower floors currently consist of active retail units.
The building itself is surrounded by a shopping area with easy access to local services and city centre transport links, and while it served very well as offices for a long time it is ideal for redevelopment into 58 contemporary residential flats.
Hull is going through a phase of regeneration and redevelopment, with the well-known Alexandra Dock said to be receiving a £1.5bn overhaul. Several other regeneration projects are underway that are set to give the popular port city a vibrant new lease of life, and we look forward to Tivoli House being a part of that new lease of life for the area.
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