The Treehouse soft play centre and restaurant has closed down just nine months after opening on George Street.
The company was placed into administration yesterday and Jonathan Avery-Gee and Edward Avery-Gee, of Manchester-based CG & Co, have been appointed as administrators.
They are currently seeking a sale of the business or its assets.
A statement from the administrators read: “SAF Ventures Limited t/a Treehouse is a state-of-the-art children’s soft play centre and bistro located on George Street in Altrincham.
“On Tuesday 9 July 2019 SAF Ventures Limited was placed into Administration under the Insolvency Act 1986. Jonathan Avery-Gee and Edward Avery-Gee of CG&Co, Greg’s Building, 1 Booth Street, Manchester, M2 4DU were duly appointed as the Joint
“Treehouse has ceased to trade and the Joint Administrators are currently seeking a sale of the business and/or the assets of the Company.
“All interested parties should contact Joanne Booth of Blacks Business Brokers on 0161 763 5000 or via email at email@example.com.”
Opening last October next to Oxfam, the 7,500 sq ft centre offered a treehouse-themed indoor playground on its first floor with a licensed bar and restaurant underneath.
We have approached The Treehouse for a comment.