Cotton Exchange is one of Liverpool’s most well-loved and iconic buildings in the city centre. One of the great attractions of the building is its character and history.
Cotton Exchange was built in 1906 and was once the centre of the cotton trading world, housing Liverpool’s thriving cotton exchange, with telephones and direct cables stretching as far as New York, Bremen and even Bombay. The statues that once adorned the façade can still be found around the building. There are reminders of its intriguing history to be found throughout, from the cotton emblems on Edmund Street to the old granite columns within some of the office spaces.
The building has been refurbished with a brand new reception lobby opening onto Bixteth Street which has unlocked many of the building’s period features including the restoration of the original internal domes. We have carefully restored the striking Terrazzo floor which has produced a spectacular, enticing walkway running throughout the ground floor and removed the suspended ceiling to reveal a vaulted ceiling with ornamental domes. The end result is an open and inviting new space in one of the most historic buildings in Liverpool – an inspiring mix of classic design and contemporary usability perfectly suited to modern business needs.
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The Cotton Exchange, Old Hall Street, Liverpool L3