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Newport’s landmark former Art College building, on Clarence Place was launched to the market recently and interest in the development has been unprecedented. The local Mayor and Mayoress opened the building and a total of 5 reservations were taken over its opening weekend. The stunning developments of 66 one and two bedroom apartments are set to be extremely popular.

“Visitor levels over the launch weekend exceeded our expectations as over 200 visitors have already taken the opportunity to view the stunning 1 and 2 bedroom show apartments available to view comments Lisa Howells at Savills.

She continues previous students and faculty with fond memories of their time spent within the building have already expressed a desire to purchase. All were keen to view the communal areas and step back in time, as they have been painstakingly restored to their former beauty including the original staircase that forms a central glass dome area.“

The transformation of the Old Art College represents another step in the regeneration of Newport City Centre. The property was derelict for some time and this development will bring it back to life. With news of plans for the multi-million pound Friars Walk retail and restaurant scheme, the transformation of the city is gaining momentum.”

Debenhams has confirmed that it will provide the anchor store for the major redevelopment of Newport City Centre. With work on the development anticipated to begin in 2013, the store will form the centrepiece Friars Walk scheme alongside 35 shops, an eight screen cinema, up to ten restaurants and cafes, a new bus station and a 360 space car park.

For further information on the Old Arts College, the marketing suite is open 5 days per week Monday to Thursday 10.30am to 5pm please call Bev or Gail on 01633 266 874 or visit


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