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Park Central

Liverpool

Starting from £136,500

 

  • •Projected Yields of 6% Rental Income

  • Stunning Waterfront Views Over The River Mersey

  • City Centre Location

  • Minutes’ Walk to Some of Liverpool’s Top Bars and Restaurants

Liverpool Waters Development

With a total development value of £5.5 billion, Liverpool Waters will transform the city’s northern docks to create a high-quality waterfront location of residential, commercial and leisure space, including an international cruise terminal and various cultural offerings. Everton Football Club have also announced plans to develop their new state of the art sporting complex ‘bookending’ the site.  The Quay at Princes Dock, adjacent to the iconic Liver Building, sits at the heart of Liverpool Waters and already plays host to a wide range of key occupiers.

 

Our ‘Central Docks’ development is located in the hub of this fantastic project. With 237 one and two-bedroom apartments spread over 14 Storeys between 2 separate blocks, we anticipate the interest in this development to be huge. At this stage, we have not released this to the open market and are giving you the best opportunity to get involved at such an early stage.

 

Location

The site is located at the northern edge of the City Centre, in a currently unused industrial context that is undergoing extensive re-development and is directly adjacent to the historic Waterloo Docks. The benefits of this location have provided the opportunity to produce a development with a sense of arrival into the new Central Docks neighbourhood, while still forming a ‘backcloth’ building in line with the parameters plan of the Liverpool Waters Scheme.

Investment Highlights

 

  • Central to the £5.5 Billion ‘Liverpool Waters’ Regeneration Project

  • 1 beds from £136,500

  • Stunning Waterfront Views Over The River Mersey

  • City Centre Location

  • Minutes’ Walk to Some of Liverpool’s Top Bars and Restaurants

  • Below Market Value

  • Projected Yields of 6% Rental Income

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Investing in

Liverpool

During the past decade, Liverpool has transformed its fortune, merging the famous Liverpudlian determination and independence with a new wave of entrepreneurship, quite literally changing the landscape of the city. For Liverpool is now known as a thriving cosmopolitan city, recognised just as much for its prosperous success in business as it is for its creative and colourful young professionals.

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With Liverpool city region’s visitor economy now worth £4.9bn, Liverpool is the fastest economically growing city in the UK, making it the leading investment destination. With traditionally low prices and a variety of new housing developments across the city, Liverpool’s property market is buoyant at the moment. There are many reasons why Liverpool offers such great value for both residents and investors. As is typical with much of the North, prices in the city are considerably more affordable than property in the south, particularly London.

7% YIELD

Higher Than

London's 3%

Fastest Growing

City Centre

Increased 181%  between 2002 and 2015 

3.3% ECONOMIC

GROWTH RATE

Highest in the UK

5th Largest metropolitan economy in the United Kingdom by GDP

3rd in UK 

Top 10 Destination

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Demand for Investment

The demand for high quality apartments in the city and around the docks continues to rise. Not only is quality accommodation needed to house the city’s working professionals, but also the more than 50.000 student population. Liverpool also forms part of the government’s plans for the Northern Powerhouse, which is likely to see demand soar even further. 

 

These plans link the five ‘core cities’ of Manchester, Liverpool, Leeds, Newcastle and Sheffield to boost economic growth throughout the North of England. This plan will continue to boost investment and attract more interest into the areas.

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