Liverpool developer Signature Living has revealed plans for the vacant ground floor space at the city’s Cunard Building in a series of CGIs.
Signature spoke earlier this year of its plans for the Cunard, and with a lease now signed, these plans are progressing.
The business intends to be open before the end of the year and said the 19,000 sq ft facility will become “Liverpool’s flagship wedding and events space”.
The developer also intends to open a fine dining restaurant at the Cunard, along with a brasserie. There will also be a number of smaller rooms used for private dining, cooking classes and meeting space for hire. The restaurant will be open to diners four nights a week, serving up to 50 diners.
Liverpool City Council acquired the long leasehold on the Cunard Building from Merseyside Pension Fund in 2014.
In 2015 pop music museum British Music Experience signed for 16,000 sq ft at the building, while for a time Living Ventures had been in the frame to operate restaurants at the building.
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