Belfast Telegraph building may become boutique hotel

The home of the Belfast Telegraph newspaper for 130 years has gone on the market. Selling agent Lisney is representing the property with two development options, both of which would see it turned into a boutique hotel.

Under the published options, the part-Grade B2 listed property would retain its landmark clock and frontage and be turned in to either a 45- or 69- room four-story boutique hotel.

The sellers are looking to attract at least £6 million for the building, located in Royal Avenue close to Ulster University. 

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