Tuesday, April 16, 2013

Gary Neville buys £1.5m stock exchange building

Former Manchester United right-back and current England coach, Gary Neville, has added to his property portfolio by splashing out £1.5 million on the Manchester stock exchange building.

Neville is said to be thinking of turning the top floors of the city’s Grade II-listed former stock exchange into a private members’ club.

Neville may have got a bargain deal for the stock exchange building since the previous owners, MCR Property Group, purchased it for £4.7 million in 2004.

They planned to convert it to a boutique hotel but ended up selling it for a fraction of original cost.

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