In what is set to be an exciting new story in the life of the old Hanley City Centre Library, this imposing building is being sold for redevelopment.

Stoke on Trent City Council have now revealed that their preferred bidder is looking to transform the site into nearly 100 new one and two bedroom apartments, with the inclusion of a gym and nursery, and perhaps an onsite restaurant.

Acting on behalf of Stoke-on-Trent City Council, the sale is being handled by Graham Hulse, MD at Local Chartered Surveyors and Estate Agents Louis Taylor, and represents a rare opportunity to acquire a large building adjacent to Stoke-on-Trent’s prime regeneration area in this excellent city-centre location adjacent to the prestigious Smithfield Development.

The imposing property is freehold and comes with vacant possession due to the library service relocating to 2 Smithfield, Hanley, and currently comprises four floors of office and storage space, together with a basement and its own self-contained garage.

In more detail the property is located in Bethesda Street, in the heart of the city centre, providing easy access to various amenities. It is also situated adjacent to Smithfield Hanley, a key regeneration site comprising offices, apartment blocks and the Hilton Garden Hotel.

Close to Hanley Bus Station and the ring road, the property is easily accessible from all parts of the city and further afield with J15 of the M6 only 4.5 miles away and Stoke Railway Station just a 20-minute walk. There are also ample public pay & display car parks in the vicinity.

As the region’s leading commercial property agent, Louis Taylor bring a wealth of experience to dealing with a wide variety of specialist commercial properties offering potential for alternative uses.

If you are looking to secure commercial property to meet your business needs, our highly experienced team can promise you professional yet friendly advice backed by extensive and current market knowledge. Why not give us a call today?