Liverpool residential schemes

Liverpool is a vibrant city with an eclectic mix of students and professionals

With an eclectic mix of students and professionals, Liverpool is a vibrant city and is home to a diverse and rich culture and is considered one of the best places for UK property investment.  We have been privileged to be part of its development and played a part in changing its skyline and improving the residential offering for its residents. We would like to share a few of our residential projects that are currently under construction in Liverpool:

Pall Mall Press – A new build apartment development that will bring Pall Mall and the area behind Exchange Station back to life, creating a beacon for the edge of the city centre. Commercial units on the ground floor will animate the streetscape and the materials palette will ensure the building ages with grace.  Pall Mall Press is currently under construction with Graham Group

Heaps Mill – Part of the refurbishment and redevelopment of a Liverpool dockland site in the Baltic Triangle. The Grade II listed Heap’s Rice Mill, one of the last surviving warehouse complexes in the area, will be refurbished and accompanied by four new build apartment buildings. The historic façades will be key focal points in the final scheme, which includes a spa, swimming pool, rooftop terrace, coffee shop and museum.  This project has recently started onsite with our client Legacie Developments

 One Park Lane – One Park Lane is the latest landmark on Liverpool’s iconic waterfront for Legacie Developments a mid-rise 16 storey apartment building with rooftop terrace, located in the Baltic Triangle.  The project sits at a key city centre junction, mediating between the differing material palettes and architectural styles found in the area. The building also strives to create a link between the historic maritime heritage buildings and the modernism within the city centre with commercial uses at the ground floor adding vitality to the public realm. 

Parliament Square – Located on a prominent brownfield site in the Baltic Triangle this mixed-use development for Legacie Developments continues the regeneration of this historic area, enhancing its reputation as a thriving creative and leisure area. Four blocks of between 8 and 18 storeys are linked by a communal courtyard and public realm. The scheme includes a rooftop spa and communal roof terrace, and is currently onsite.

Carnatic Road – Taking inspiration from the Tony Scragg sculpture in [which?] Park, our Carnatic Road scheme offers a large, contemporary, villa aesthetic for this three storey residential apartment development. Red sandstone was selected for the facades as it is indigenous to the area, the lighter metallic cladding cleverly used to minimises the appearance of the buildings mass. The holistic landscaping design harmonises the development and maintains the green proportions of the site. This project is currently onsite with Bartons Construction