Stock Exchange hotel will include one of most exclusive flats in Manchester
One of the most exclusive flats in Manchester is being planned as part of the revamp of the former Stock Exchange.
Gary Neville and Ryan Gigg’s property firm GG Hospitality has submitted revised plans for the building.
And the refurbishment of the Grade II listed building will include a new roof extension complete with penthouse flat.
The extension will house an exclusive apartment which will occupy the entire top floor of the Victorian building on Norfolk Street.
The new flat will come with with three en-suite bedrooms, an open plan living space with a suspended fireplace and a private roof terrace overlooking the city.
The footballers are planning to open an exclusive 41-bedroom boutique hotel in the building alongside a brand new restaurant.
The apartment will replace one of two restaurants previously planned for the building, which will also house a 41-bedroom boutique hotel.
The original plan was for a rooftop restaurant run by Michael O’Hare The chef has since parted company with GG Hospitality so he can concentrate on his restaurant in Leeds where he is aiming to win a second Michelin star.
A GG Hospitality spokesman confirmed there will now be just one restaurant and bar in the Stock Exchange.
The new restaurant will occupy the building’s old trading floor, under the domed ceiling.
The first floor will house nine bedrooms including a penthouse suite. There will be a a further 25 rooms and suites across the second and third floors.
The proposed new roof extension will expand the fourth floor attic space to create another seven hotel rooms.
The hotel is due to open later this year.
Gary Neville’s £200m St Michael’s scheme in the Jackson’s Row area of Manchester has also been granted planning permission.