Billionaire brothers reveal plans for boutique hotel and restaurants at Newcastle's old fire station Motcomb Estates, owned by the Reuben brothers, are seeking an operator to drive forward the Pilgrim Street plans 09:32, 6 JUL 2017Updated11:29, 6 JUL 2017A CGI by Ryder Architecture shows how the former fire station in Newcastle could be transformed with new restaurants (Image: Ryder Architecture) Get business updates directly to your inbox+ SubscribeThank you for subscribing! Could not subscribe, try again laterInvalid Email Plans to transform the city's former fire station and police station buildings into a boutique hotel with a range of restaurants and bars have been revealed by two of the country's richest people.
Motcomb Estates, owned by billionaire coach handbags clearance cheap entrepreneurs David and Simon Reuben ranked the 60th wealthiest people in the world in the 2016 Forbes List are seeking an operator to work with them to deliver a high quality hotel and food and beverage offering at the prominent site. The multimillion pound plans would represent the first phase in a far reaching scheme to regenerate the Pilgrim Street area, also bringing back jobs into buildings which have lain empty for many years. First look at The County Hotel refurbishment in Newcastle by Gainford Group Motcomb Estates plans to invest in stripping back the Grade II listed buildings to create a shell with 100,000sqft of space which could include a 60 70 bed boutique hotel, plus 25,000 sq ft of space for "food and beverage" around three or four restaurants. A rooftop bar and restaurant could also be developed. Newcastle based Ryder Architecture is working with the company on the plans and has created several CGIs showing how the restaurants could take up space within the property. The former fire station part of the complex, which was vacated by Tyne Wear Fire and Rescue Service 12 years ago, has the potential to coach outlet coupons gatlinburg become a double sided drinking and dining area, with a high end restaurant facing out onto Pilgrim Street and another facing into the large open square inside the building. Newcastle Magistrates' Court could also be transformed into a fine dining restaurant but, if the court remains in the building, the development would be altered to reduce the number of leisure venues. The old fire station and police station in Newcastle which is set to be transformed into a hotel with several restaurants (Image: Lawrenson Grebby Photography LLP) The marketing brochure issued by leading property consultancy GVA, on behalf of Motcomb Estates, states: "GVA are instructed to offer experienced hotel operators a unique opportunity to deliver a very exciting full service hotel business together with an outstanding food and beverage offer within leather coach bags outlet the impressive, Grade II Listed, iconic former fire station and police station buildings which are located in the heart of Newcastle city centre. "Our clients are prepared to offer interested parties a shell and core building to lease subject to agreement. "Our clients and their advisors have held preliminary discussions with Newcastle City Council, planning and heritage and urban design officers responding for development within this portion of the city with a view to developing and converting these Grade II Listed buildings." Ray Minto, director of land and development at GVA said: "This is an exciting opportunity for an operator partner to bring forward a high quality hotel and food and beverage offer which isn't currently provided within Newcastle's City Centre leisure offer. "The development forms part of a programme of regeneration on Pilgrim Street extending from the Swan House roundabout up to Northumberland Street.
This scheme marks just one phase of the wider development with further exciting projects coach wholesale due to be announced in the autumn.".
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