List number: 1250532
List grade: 2
Grid ref: NZ5091732204
Post code: TS24 7PT

Park Tower, Hartlepool


Park Tower in Hartlepool is the former North Eastern Co-operative Society department store, located on the corner of Park Road and Stranton. The building was designed by Lionel G. Ekins, and constructed from 1913 to 1915.[1] Following a period of disuse the building was renovated and converted to provide 50 residential apartments in 2008. Phil Newbold of Dewjo’c Architects, was presented with the Rose Bowl for Conservation for the restoration of the building.[2] Park Tower is a Grade II Listed building.

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Former Co-operative Department Store

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Hartlepool - former Co-op store

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Hartlepool - former Co-op store entrance

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The Old Co-op Stores

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Former Co-op store

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PARK TOWER (FORMER NORTH EASTERN CO-OPERATIVE SOCIETY DEPARTMENT STORE) - List Entry
- "Department store, 1913-15, by Lionel G. Ekins. Portland stone ashlar and slate roof. Occupies large corner site. Baroque style. 3 storeys and attic storey; 4 bays to ground floor, 8 ...

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Park Tower Apartments, Hartlepool - Conversion of derelict Grade 2 Listed former Co-op building
- "On 15th September 2008, Phil Newbold, Senior Associate at Dewjo’c Architects, was presented with the Rose Bowl for Conservation for the restoration of Park Tower, the former Co-op Department ...

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