Emerald Bay Construction has finished work on the £5m office-to-residential conversion of Kings Court in Warrington.
Kings Court, close to Warrington Central station and the town’s bus interchange, now comprises 32 apartments. Each apartment, the firm said, is unique in size and layout with interiors designed by London agency Gunter & Co.
The apartments are available to let, with the first tenants due to move in before Christmas.
Adam Jude, director at James Peacock Property, which is instructed as managing agent, said: “This is a very exciting project which Emerald Bay has brought forward and is the first phase in a larger residential development plan in the town centre.
“These are high quality, aspirational properties which we believe is something that has not been seen in Warrington before.”
Cllr Terry O’Neill, leader of Warrington Borough Council added: “A key objective within Warrington’s framework for growth is to repopulate the town centre and the Kings Court development is one of the largest residential development projects that has been brought forward in decades.
“Emerald Bay and James Peacock Property are local businesses and it is great to see them investing in the future of the town.”