Stockport College has instructed commercial agents Colliers to dispose of its 2.89 acre Greek Street campus.
The redevelopment opportunity is located within the well-established town of Stockport which is currently enjoying a renaissance. A £1 billion investment programme designed to re-establish and bolster the towns offer is currently under way.
The site is held freehold with vacant possession available on completion and just a 2-minute walk from Stockport rail station being on the west coast main line linking Manchester to London.
The M60 orbital motorway junctions 1 & 27 are both within 5 minutes’ drive.
Situated on the junction of Greek Street and Wellington Road South, the level site extends to 2.89 acres (1.17 ha) and currently comprises the following; Torkington Centre (11,220 sq m), Lyme Centre (5,878 sq m), University Centre (1,620 sq m) and the Grade II listed Greek Street Centre (2,438 sq m).
An indicative redevelopment scheme comprises the conversion of Lyme and Torkington to residential use, demolition of the existing university centre to provide a new car park and the creation of a public amenity space. There is also an opportunity to convert the listed status Greek Street centre to provide potential residential, office or leisure uses.