The firm behind Lace Market office space Stoney Street Studios – one of Nottingham’s newest developments – is Perrymead Estates. It has a legacy in the city for stunning renovations in the Lace Market and Creative Quarter, with a portfolio including a £5 million building project around St Mary’s Church.
A conversion has seen the Grade 2 listed Georgian townhouse transform into luxury private residences, in a courtyard that is also home to eight offices called The Garage Studios. It is a nod to the nightclub history of the building, which launched the career of the renowned DJ Graeme Park .
The third phase of regeneration is Sutton Place, a six-storey lace workshop that will offer luxury apartments and flexible office space in Nottingham.
Oliver Wheatcroft, director of Perrymead Estates, told Architect Projects: “Nottingham’s crown jewels are its Lacemarket buildings, and the area is now a tranquil oasis in the middle of the city.
“The specification of the apartments is something rarely seen outside of London, and very personal attention has been paid to the specification, whether it be the tiles sourced directly from Valencia, or the bespoke kitchens from Nottingham specialist Town & Country joinery.”