David Lee and Company Warehouse Fountain Street Manchester
Built for Daniel Lee, described as “the most prominent Roman Catholic layman in the city,” the warehouse stood at the junction of Fountain Street and Spring Gardens on the site of the old Theatre Royal. "So bold and striking a building that it was a bitter disappointment to its author that it did not bring him fame and the rush of employment that follows fame". (obit MG). It was seriously damaged by fire on Tuesday 7 June 1904 and subsequently demolished.
Reference Manchester City News 11 June 1904 Page 5 (Notes)