Published on : Friday, November 10, 2017
The Hotel will be situated on the popular Tooley Street and will become a new cultural hub for the capital’s artisans. The Tate Modern, Shakespeare’s Globe and the new Bridge Theatre will be located close by.
It was originally designed as a Magistrates’ Court and police station in 1905 by John Dixon Butler and there will be an extensive restoration to regenerate the original features with its spectacular courthouse.
McAleer & Rushe, one of the UK’s largest design and build construction companies will undertake the work.
The companies had earlier worked together at Aberdeen Airport and a 298-bedroom property in Manchester City Centre on the design and the construction.
There will be nine spacious suites in the hotel’s 193 rooms that will be redefining the traditional boutique hotel, the Courthouse café will serve as a neighbourhood oasis welcoming guests and serving as the local trade.
The interiors will be designed by twenty2 degrees will reflect the fine blend of old and new. The guests will have special access to the local theatres and studios located near the Tooley Street.