An empty office block will soon be seen as residential apartments under a £5.5m scheme and the construction works will happen at the Coventry City Centre. EDG Property is putting in 36 flats for the move at Ironmonger Row in Coventry.
EDG Build under the parent company is given the role of a main contractor while EDG was also behind the Co-Operative and Hawkins developments in the city. The contractor has also taken up conversion of an old department store into flats previously.
Known as the Sirius project, the development on Ironmonger Row will see two storeys added while the existing brick fins on the building will be clad in a bronze coloured metal. Completion of the project is expected in summer 2022.
The conversion of current construction will witness 28 one-bedroom apartments and eight two-bedroom duplex apartments on the top two floors. A feature designed to lure the work-from-home brigade is separate office space for residents.