A fine balance of history and modernity

Built for the Cory Brothers in 1874 during the British coal industry’s heyday, the impressive Victorian Grade II listed building – constructed in the style of a Venetian Palazzo – stands proudly on the corner of James Street and Bute Street in all its bath stone glory; a fine example of High Victorian commercial architecture of its time.

The Bank balances modern internal architecture with a deep respect for the history of this once commercially key building in our capital city.

Residents are welcomed through the entranceway into an original tiled hallway, with a Grade II listed sweeping staircase ascending to the apartments above. The development incorporates a choice of interior styles and layouts – each with their own unique balance of luxury, modern and classical fixtures and fittings, which complement the existing architectural features – plus a host of bathroom designs, giving each apartment its own personality; reflecting the individuality of the residents.

It's rare for a building with such historical and architectural importance to be brought to the residential market in Cardiff. As a resident, you’ll be owning a piece of Welsh heritage whilst enjoying the social and cultural offerings of a central Cardiff Bay apartment, all within close proximity of the city centre.

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