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Liverpool's Stunning Martins Bank Building In The Seven Streets Quarter

Martins Bank Building In The Seven Streets Quarter Of Liverpool City Centre Is A Magnificent Grade II* Listed Building

The architect for Martins Bank Building was the prolific Liverpudlian architect, Herbert James Rowse (Credit: The Liverpudlian).
The architect for Martins Bank Building was the prolific Liverpudlian architect, Herbert James Rowse (Credit: The Liverpudlian).

Martins Bank Building is situated on 4 Water Street and is recognised as a Grade II* Listed Building in the heart of The Seven Streets Quarter in Liverpool City Centre.


It started construction in 1927 and took 5 years to complete, finishing in 1932. This marvellous piece of architecture sits next to Liverpool Town Hall in an important Conservation Area.


The architect for Martins Bank Building was the prolific Liverpudlian architect, Herbert James Rowse. He was also responsible for other iconic Liverpool City Region buildings including the Philharmonic Hall, the India Buildings, and the Birkenhead Tunnel Ventilation Tower to name a few.

Martins Bank Building started construction in 1927 and took 5 years to complete, finishing in 1932 (Credit: The Liverpudlian).
Martins Bank Building started construction in 1927 and took 5 years to complete, finishing in 1932 (Credit: The Liverpudlian).

What Is Martins Bank Building Address?

Martins Bank Building,

4 Water Street,

The Seven Streets Quarter,

Liverpool City Centre,

City of Liverpool, L2 3SP,

Liverpool City Region, UK.

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