Flying Picket Music Venue in Liverpool to Become Office Property?
The Flying Picket public house in Liverpool – a former music venue on Hardman Street in Liverpool city centre, is soon to be put up for sale through property auctioneer Sutton Kersh.
The property will be sold as part of a 33,500 sq ft site comprising a terrace of Grade II-listed Georgian buildings. The auction takes place on Thursday 27th May.
Previously occupied by the Merseyside Trade Union Community, the Unemployed Resource Centre and the Liverpool School for the Blind, the properties are reportedly in need of modernisation but could provide an excellent location for open plan office space.
According to the Liverpool Daily Post, James Kersh from Sutton Kersh, said: “It is rare that such a large city redevelopment opportunity comes to the market at auction. A clever mixed-use scheme in this extremely busy area will provide a potentially fantastic return for investors.”
The Picket club opened in 1983 as a music venue, before being closed in April 2004 after the venue was sold to developers.