Mason Owen is inviting best bids for the 158,000 sq ft Contemporary Urban Centre in the Baltic Triangle area of central Liverpool.
The large converted warehouse has a guide price of £7m and the deadline for best bids is Tuesday 1 May.
Andrew Owen, director of Mason Owen, said the landmark building had generated a good level of interest from investors with a cross-section of uses in mind. The size of the building makes a mixture of uses likely.
The freehold of the building is owned by People Can, formerly called Novas Scarman, a charity for young and homeless people. Liverpool City Council has a long leasehold on part of the building.
Novas spent nearly £20m of charitable funds, including public sector grants, renovating the building. The scheme contained offices, conference facilities, bars and restaurants, a 120-seat cinema and a 430-capacity music venue. CUC opened in 2008 and closed at the start of 2012.
The building is offered with full vacant possession.
Sales details are available online here http://www.cucliverpool.com/gallery.asp