10 Unity Street Bristol

Construction began on the Victorian Gothic building, formerly known as the Merchant Venturers College, in November 2004. The freehold development site is located in an emerging residential location. Falling within the College Green conservation area, Unity Street is a short walk from the business and leisure districts of the City. The scheme involved the conversion of floors one to three and the addition of two new floors to create 49 private residential apartments, duplexes and triplexes. The scheme also included two commercial A3 units and "Combilift", an inspired car stacking system by "Wohr", the first to be installed in a residential development in the UK