Redbrick institution is a Quay player in city lifestyle.
Externally the developer is going to great lengths to maintain the original red brick facade of the building, which boasts attractive features such as refurbished windows with stone dressings.
Internally, these apartments will have `loft-style' exposed brickwork and a high quality specification.
Pandongate enjoys a superb location with views over the Tyne and Millennium Bridge. Internally, attention is being paid to the smallest details and each apartment will offer modern features like Grange kitchens with Smeg appliances.
Edward Seymour of selling agent Chesterton, said: "The Newcastle market has, in recent years, undergone a renaissance in terms of city living. New and exciting city centre schemes combined with an improving and enlarging infrastructure have all helped to confirm that Newcastle is one of the country's most vibrant cities in which to live and work. Pandongate is one of Newcastle's most unique residential opportunities, being the conversion of a Victorian bonded warehouse sitting in an elevated position with views over the Quayside, river and city centre. The aesthetics of the red brick facade combined with Charles Church's attention to detail make it a true one off." Tel (01325) 328340.
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|Publication:||The Journal (Newcastle, England)|
|Date:||Aug 16, 2003|
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