Work has been underway at Liverpool’s Tobacco Warehouse at Stanley Dock for a few years now. Its a massive task as this vast structure is the world’s largest brick-built building, and had been out of use for many years.
Situated at the heart of Liverpool’s biggest regeneration hotspot, it will become it’s crown jewel when finally completed. It’s being turned into something akin to the Royal Albert Dock, and will have cultural and leisure attractions as well as many apartments.
It neighbours Liverpool Waters, and is also a part of Liverpool’s Ten Streets zone. This will infuse the area with a Baltic Triangle-type concept, wherein local creative businesses mixed with the cultural output of our vibrant arts scene.
Future Liverpool has utilised aerial photography to gain an insight into the present renovation situation at the Tobacco Warehouse.
Take a look at the state of play in our latest update below…
9th September 2018 by