Monday, 11 April 2011

Granby House, Warehouse District

Granby House, built in the Edwardian period (1908) presumably another one of the many warehouses in this part of the city, built for the textile trade. Manchester History Net states it was designed by the architectural practice of G. H. Goldsmith. "Red brick with Portland stone dressings and Art Nouveau motifs." In the 1980s it was one of, if not the first, city centre building to be converted to apartments.

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