A new hub has been set up on Liverpool’s Bold Street with an aim for it to become one of the city’s key creative and digital workspaces.
Design agency Uniform is behind the second floor Bold Street Studios facility, which it hopes will become as prominent as the likes of the Baltic Triangle’s Baltic Creative.
The hub is one of several new occupants for Bold Street, with Indian street food and craft beer concept Bundobust and bike retailer Cycle Republic also preparing to open new branches.
Bundobust, which already has eateries in Manchester and Leeds, announced yesterday (29 October) that it has now signed the lease on its upper floor unit, paving the way for work to start on-site next week and an early 2019 opening.
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Uniform, which is based above on the third floor, plans for Bold Street Studios to host regular events for creative businesses such as BIMA breakfasts, and a bi-annual student illustration competition to animate the entrance space up to the second floor units has been launched.
Managing director Nick Howe says: “Because we invested in the building, we take good care of it. We’re just people upstairs who care – with a mission to collaborate and better connect Liverpool’s creative community.”
Worthington Owen has been appointed to work as letting agent on Bold Street Studios’ workspaces.