50 Newton Street

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50 Newton Street

50 Newton Street is a Grade II listed former warehouse in Manchester, England. Located on Newton Street in the Northern Quarter area, it was built in 1900 by a design from Clegg & Knowles. It was designed with a degree of flair and panache and is described by English Heritage as an example of "Free Baroque" architecture.[1] It was originally built as a warehouse, believed to be for a hat manufacturer.

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  1. ^ "Newton Buildings, Manchester". British Listed Buildings. 

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Coordinates: 53°28′55″N 2°13′58″W / 53.4819°N 2.2327°W / 53.4819; -2.2327