Plans to convert a kitchen showroom on Jamaica Street into a 36-room boutique hotel have been revealed.
Proposals from a Liverpool-based property developer also include a café, restaurant and a multi-storey roof extension.
Living Brick, which is behind a 47-apartment scheme in the Ropewalks, has submitted a planning application for ‘Baltic Hotel’ to Liverpool City Council.
Listed as a ‘current development’ on its website, the developer describes the project as one that will provide a “much needed hotel for the Baltic Triangle”.
Currently occupied by Baltic Kitchens & Bedrooms, 16 Jamaica Street is situated across the road from the Artesian building.
West Kirby’s Wolf + Lamb, who’s head chef has worked at The Dorchester in London and Hotel du Cap-Eden-Roc in France, has been approached operate the 50-seater restaurant.
A separate bar with seating for 60 people is also planned.
House of Sloane has been tasked with the interior design, with Taurus Construction handling all aspects of the building work.
A video posted on the Living Brick website shows how the new hotel could look if given the go ahead.