Built in 1836, it was originally called the Rochdale Canal Warehouse. In 1961, it was still in use as a warehouse. In 1974, it was listed as a Grade II* building. In 2003, a £4.25m restoration project converted the warehouse into residential accommodation and a restaurant.
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