Hargreaves Buildings, Chapel Street,... (C) Stephen Richards A very distinguished and richly-textured stone facade with rows of arched windows, granite columns and tracery (<a href='http://www.geograph.org.uk/photo/2846618'>SJ3490 : Detail of Hargreaves Buildings, Chapel Street, Liverpool</a>). Between the ground-floor windows are roundels depicting explorers of the Americas, including Cortez and Columbus. Built 1859 to the designs of J.A. Picton. Grade II listed.
Built as a bank, it now houses the Racquet Club Hotel and Ziba restaurant.