Mortlake Brewery Starts Selling Vats Before Being Turned Into Luxury Flats
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The Mortlake brewery in southwest London has begun selling off its vats, pumps and bottling lines at auction as its new owner prepares to transform the 500-year-old brewery into luxury flats.
The site, including millions of pounds of brewing equipment, sold for £158M last year from global drinks firm ABInBev to developer Reselton, according to the Guardian. It is to be turned into a luxury riverside residential development stretching along 200 metres of the Thames at Richmond. It is part of an ongoing regeneration of the area into a high-density, residential-led scheme with restaurants, cafes, retail, museums and boathouses. [Guardian]