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Eagle House

Location Liverpool

Client Grosvenor

Sector Regeneration

Status Complete

Area Various

This project formed part of the works categories as ‘The Paradise Street Project’ included in the wider ‘Liverpool One’ development. This project called for the adaptive re-use and conversion of existing buildings, combined with infill new development comprising ground floor retail and leisure uses with residential and offices above.

The site consists of three historic buildings one of which was the first United States consulate outside the USA and is marked by a gilded sculpture of a bald eagle on the Paradise Street façade from which the group of buildings derives its name.

The project entailed extensive re-building and conservation repairs together with conversion and extension of the buildings.

The Conservation Centre at National Museums Liverpool carried out renovation of the carved timber eagle.