The luxurious London Warehouse is set to re-define the aparthotel
London Warehouse is set to transform the face of aparthotels. Formerly The Place Aparthotel, operators Native and David Archer of Archer Humphryes have converted the historic building into the London Warehouse. Just like our city itself, art, design, fashion and technology come together here to create a destination designed with work and play in mind.
On the edge of the Northern Quarter, the building was first constructed during Manchester’s Industrial Revolution. Now, the space’s fresh look embraces the cast-iron columns and wrought-iron girders of the building’s industrial past.
Developers Capital&Centric, along with the operators, wanted to create a space that’s suited to the way we live and work today. That’s why the London Warehouse is a multi-purpose hub where everything from dining to fitness is on offer. Not just for tourists, the London Warehouse is a must-visit destination for Mancs to work, stay and create.
The ground floor will be an all-day hangout that’s home to a bistro, co-working space, coffee counter, cocktail bar, mini cinema and outdoor terrace courtesy of Bistrotheque. Break a sweat at London-loved gym BLOK – the company’s first Northern site or indulge in a stay in one of the space’s 166 luxury suites.
Although they’re keeping the details under wraps for the time being, there shouldn’t be too long to wait as London Warehouse is set to launch in spring 2019.
London Warehouse At A Glance
Manchester city centre, on the edge of the Northern Quarter.
120,000 sq ft.
Serviced apartments, bistro, cocktail bar, mini cinema, coffee counter.
Set to complete in spring 2019.
Find out more at capitalandcentric.com/workspaces/london-warehouse.