Gosford Place

The site has undergone various alterations which reflect economic and political changes in Northern Ireland. The plot now occupied by a 1969 concrete framed building once formed part of a garden complex associated with the Presbyterian Church following a speculative city centre development was aborted.

The PRONI documents give a hint of a bank foreclosure, on Mr McKinstry, on a prestigious residential development that was never fully realised. The B2 listed Georgian building that has dual aspect onto the Mall and Russell Street forms part of the site and provides a total floor area of 20,000 sqft which is to be converted into a mixture of classical and contemporary apartment living in the heart of Armagh.

Project Details
Working Progress

Extract of city map, depicting site 1862

View of the site from within the mall in early 1900’s

Street view of site in 1960’s

2020 street views before works

2020 street views before works commenced

proposed scheme with 19 apartments

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