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Snook to change Art Deco Liverpool cinema into ‘1920s-style venue’

Snook Architects is to transform Liverpool’s Grade II-listed, Art Deco ABC cinema

Snook Architects is to transform Liverpool’s Grade II-listed, Art Deco ABC cinema in Lime Street into a ’20s-style venue featuring a club, shops and a boutique hotel.

The practice landed the scheme as part of developer Urban Splash’s winning bid for the site, and was selected ahead of 20 other developer-teams by national regeneration agency and landowner English Partnerships.

Built in 1931, the Portland-stone former cinema has been empty for nine years and is seen as a key part of the wider regeneration around the city’s Lime Street station.

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