Trailblazer looks at the prestigious development schemes that are transforming Liverpool city centre.
This impressive image reveals the Royal College of Physicians’ (RCP) new multi-million pound base in Liverpool. The £35m facility, which will serve as the Northern headquarters of the RCP, will be known as The Spine.
Spanning 160,000 sq ft, the complex will feature a staircase on its north elevation that resembles human vertebrae along with an internal sky garden, restaurant, bicycle storage space, showers and underground parking. It will be a major feature of Liverpool’s Knowledge Quarter.
Work on Liverpool’s £250million “triple towers” project is underway.
Infinity is a landmark development, at the junction of Pall Mall and Leeds Street, which features three buildings, set to soar to 27, 33 and 39 storeys high.
The development will dramatically change the face of Liverpool. Elliot Group says their project will deliver stunning views that will reach all the way to some of the highest peaks in the Lake District and Wales.
Fox Street Village, being brought forward by developer Lin Mari Group, is part of a stunning regeneration project on the outskirts of Liverpool city centre. The 400 high-specification residential apartment scheme, is playing a major role in the urban renaissance of an area that was once part of North Liverpool’s ‘slum clearance’ programme. The development has a gross value of £30million and has created 250 local construction jobs.
Water Street’s Reliance House is being transformed into a luxury apartment scheme by Legacie Developments and joint sales partner, Ascot Property Investments. The sensitive conversion of the prestigious Edwardian-style building is costing in excess of £20million and is set to become one of the hottest residential addresses in Liverpool city centre.
Work will soon be underway on Signature Living’s Dixie Dean Hotel.
The existing new venture will be part of Liverpool’s first ever ‘Football Quarter’ and will sit opposite the Shankly Hotel on Victoria Street.
The 100 bedroom hotel project is worth around £10 million and will open in early 2019.